"Cherish Your Mistakes" including "sending an email to the wrong person": Sotomayor

In a commencement address at the University of Rhode Island last week, Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor told graduates to value their "uh-oh" moments, including "sending an email to the wrong person," according to The Independent.

"[The ‘uh-oh’ moments] are worth cherishing just as much as ‘ah-ha’ moments: Mistakes, failures, embarrassments and disappointments are a necessary component of growing wise,” said the Justice.

The ReplyToSome team does not construe Justice Sotomayor's speech as specifically requiring you to send an email to the wrong person in order to grow wise. Indeed, if you are a ReplyToSome user, you might find it difficult to share this particular experience. Instead, we recommend the other mistakes she mentions, especially "drinking too much rum for the first time." 

However, if you use ReplyToSome and still wish to experience this type of uh-oh moment, open Outlook and go to File > Options > Add-Ins > Manage COM Add-Ins, uncheck the box next to ReplyToSome, and then press "Ok". After you've had your experience, go back and re-check the box.