On Monday, the NHS emailing system inadvertently emailed 840,000 of his workers while testing the system.
After a large number of employees responded to the email, more emails than usual were sent to the system in the morning.
In response, individuals were enraged and insisted on not replying. The Renal Surgery NHS hopes that those who persist on answering to the email go to hell.
In just four hours, NHS IT employees estimate that approximately 200 million pieces of needless mail were returned to the system. In addition, NHS IT explained that this enormous error was caused by a flaw in the emailing system. The error added 840,000 individuals to the distribution list.
Some users have reported having problems using their account and even being unable to login or access their account.
Prof. Baker acknowledged the error and requested that everyone remain calm and patient until the issue was resolved.
Whether an error was made or not, there is no appropriate manner for individuals to respond when they get a reply to an email. There is no other standard way for people to react to the email delivered by a company they have been following. The corporation should acknowledge their error and apologize to its customers.