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Hmm, need some advice here.

Yesterday I received an email not meant for me. It was intended for someone else with the same first name, but only on the Cc: line so not even the primary recipient.

The email is from a senior person in the campus technology division and relates, apparently, to her landlordship business and has various names and rental-raise numbers, including PDF attachments of registered letters sent to her tenants.

The question before me is: do I tell her that she mis-sent it to me, so that she can re-send it to the intended person?

If I mis-sent someone something, then *I'd* like that person to tell me simply so that I could re-send it as originally intended and know that my message got where it was supposed to go.

Given the nature of this information, though, and the fact that she's obviously using work time and campus computers and email for personal business, maybe it would be better just to remain silent.

Any thoughts on this?

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