Even better when it includes a large attachment
I once had the good fortune to work for a large operation that connected many smaller satellite operations to its e-mail directory, and it turned out that there were suddenly two of me. The real me in NYC, and someone with the same name in Upper Bumfuck, NY.
I ended up having to write a robot to deal with the floods of misdirected time sensitive and legally sensitive mail people would send me that was intended for the other one. I tried engaging the other guy to get the word out, but he remained willfully thick and insulting, until I changed the robot to stop forwarding the mail to him and simply bin it with a notification to the sender that they had the wrong guy. Things reached a head when I got notification that my brand new computer was scheduled for replacement. I managed to sort that out with his manager and I think I got his replacement machine delayed a month too. Hope so.
One particular manager had a group who always felt the need to say something when she mailed out stuff, even if it was just "Me Too" (Reply to all of course). One Monday I arrived to find my mailbox had buckled under multiple copies of huge PDFs and Word docs as everyone replied to all about each others replies about how wonderful it was. I also had sixty four notifications from the admins that my e-mail was turned off because of misuse.
So I wrote a special robot just for that manager. It recognized every member of the claque and forwarded all mail sent to me by one of them to her (which meant she got two copies for each reply), along with her original (making three copies) and an explanatory cover note ("Wrong Stevie again, Ms Manager"). Three misdirected mailings and she finally got the message (I calculate she got it a minimum of 192 times in fact).
Matters weren't helped by shirt-thick mail admins who would not grant update permissions to people so they could fill out their address book entries in a more helpful way than the minimalist default of name, phone number and SMTP mail. One of the admins offered to change MY email address when approached to help solve the issue. When I pointed out it wouldn't solve the problem but would break the address books of everyone I had a legitimate business relationship with outside our mail directory, they grudgingly agreed to add "NYC" to my address card for me.