I was a bit surprised. I was writing an e-mail on our corporate account and referenced a report that had it’s own attachment. When I tried to send, g-mail sent me the notice you see. G-mail recognized that I had used the word “attachment” in the e-mail and prompted me with the warning to let me know that I had not attached any files.
Interesting feature of g-mail that shows it’s capabilities for catching mistakes and collecting information. Read an in-depth article here — The Guardian
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