It was probably in response to those morons that do things like send emails to everyone in the organization with only "See attachment" in the body. Of course the attachment is a formatted Word doc (or heaven-forbid the Word doc printed onto paper and scanned as a pdf *shudder*) reminiscent of old-school memos that would have been much more effective as the actual body of the email instead of a separate attachment. Not only does each recipient have to download & open said attachment, but now instead of having a simple 5-50KB message, the email is now 10x that. ...And a separate copy is in every user's mailbox on the mail server. Morons.
...Not like that actually happens or anything...
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