Written by Paul Deacon

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Topics: Language, email, spelling

Monday, 11 February 2002

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No safety net here!

Computer company Microsoft are to launch new software next month which they say will be "essentlai" for anybody sending emails.

The program called Spell Unchecker will automatically mispell random words in an email.

Senior Microsoft programmer Harland Prestberger sent TheSpoof an email about the new software "As we all nknow it is universally accepted to mispell wiotrd sin emails now matter how carefullu you type. But should an email not contain any msiepltlings the Spell Unchecker software will automatically uncorrect at least 10' of qwords ensuring you deliver a perfect impressin every time".

TheSpoof.com took a straw poll in our own news office and the software was voted "buckyg frilliant"

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