Quando l’anti-spam non accetta l’ironia

Ho inviato, come di consueto,  a molti amici via e-mail un brano di Kansas City (https://www.facebook.com/kansascity1927/notes) che racconta in maniera ironica e sempre nuova le partite di campionato della Roma.

Da uno dei server di posta di un mio amico, mi sono visto tornare indietro per ben quattro volte (nonostante avessi cambiato ogni volta il subject) il seguente messaggio:

XXX SkyScan Service has identified an email sent
 by you that has been deemed to be potentially inappropriate or sent to
 invalid addresses.
 The subject title of the email was: - Fwd: XXXX SkyScan Service - Diverted Email Notification
 The sender address of the email was: mario@email.com
 The recipient address of the e-mail was: -
     aaa@bbb.ccc

 The email was sent on Fri, 25 Jan 2013 08:06:46 +0100
 The rule triggered was: 94 Banned Words for Incoming Mail
 Please note: For rule '84 Unauthorised Users' may include a list of
 addresses, one or more of which may be incorrect or unauthorised.  The
 other valid recipients would have received the mail.'
 Only if the message is business-related, please contact
 helpdesk@uk.jjjjj.com by forwarding this note
 to them or simply reply to this notification and they will be able to help further.

Evidentemente il sistema anti-spam è romanista e non ha preso bene l’auto-ironia che pervade questi pezzi 🙂

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