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The BBC is working on a new TV series about email.

Ten shows lasting ten minutes are due to be broadcast on BBC2 in the autumn.

If you ever got into trouble for an email you shouldn't have sent, then the Beeb wants to hear from you.

Ever sent an email to the wrong person with funny or disastrous results? Or pressed the 'send' button in a fit of pique only to regret it afterwards?

It also wants to hear from people who've been on the wrong end of a denial of service attack, or victims of hoax emails.

The series is described as "light hearted" but also has a serious side.

Anyhow, if you're interested contact Julia Foot at the BBC at julia.foot@bbc.co.uk or call 0117 9746781. ®

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