I just ran into an interesting problem: It turns out that my campus' outgoing email servers refuse any message containing the word "password" anywhere in the body text. Incoming mail works normally (of course), lest you be unable to get a password emailed to you. I assume that this is an effort to prevent phishing scams, but is this sort of a blunt object approach common in corporate/academic IT? I mean, it seems like the most asinine, heavy-handed, annoyingly crude fix for a problem that I've heard recently. Some of the people in my lab have had to resort to attaching documents when they're trying to tell someone a password, or intentionally leaving one of the "s"s out. Man.