Friday, May 20, 2011

Well that's a question answered

Sometimes I get email for a Prof. John Marley (or Dr. John Marley). It hasn't happened in a while. I usually just mark it spam and delete it. Today however, the body of the email included the address it was meant to go to.

That isn't me.

My email address is

So I did a search on the mistaken address. What I found is that there is a doctor in Australia named John E. Marley, whose email address is

So if someone leaves the "prof." off, gmail probably finds my address before his as a best guess. I suppose I'll forward the mail I received today to him.