Robert Ambrogi points us to a site (Inboxer.com) where you can view thousands of internal emails sent by Enron staff. He says that these emails "offe[r] the public a window into one of the most notorious corporate scandals of our times." Of course Inboxer has a marketing angle, but this should be pretty interesting.
Enron Email is provided by InBoxer as a demonstration of its InBoxer Anti-Risk Appliance corporate compliance software. The site is even running a contest to find the most outrageous e-mails in three categories.
As anyone who has ever worked in "corporate America" knows (or should know if they haven't been sleeping under their desks,) emails are forever. There are a whole lot of reasons why you should think twice before pushing that "send" button, and they don't all have to do with trying to get away with something. Basic email etiquette is just a good idea.