A misdirected email is when the end-user accidentally sends an email to the wrong recipient. This is often the result of clicking a similar email address from the auto-complete menu.
A misattached file is when an email is sent to the correct recipient, but the end-user accidentally attaches the wrong file. This is often the result of clicking a similarly named file from the attach file menu.
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