- HBO Max subscribers received a mysterious email Thursday night titled "Integration Test Email #1."
- HBO Max said on Twitter that it was accidentally sent out by an intern.
- The incident sparked Twitter jokes and others' stories about internships gone wrong.
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HBO Max subscribers received a mysterious email Thursday night.
The subject line of the email read "Integration Test Email #1." The body contained nothing except for a line of text reading "This template is used by integration tests only."
Subscribers took to Twitter to share jokes about "Integration Test Email #1" being the name of a new HBO Max show.
-David Gardner (@byDavidGardner) June 18, 2021
-Cristela Alonzo (@cristela9) June 18, 2021
-Rachel Tobac (@RachelTobac) June 18, 2021
-Mike Royce (@MikeRoyce) June 18, 2021
The streaming service then confirmed through its HBO Max Help Twitter account that the message was sent in error. The tweet also included an amusing detail – HBO Max claimed the email was accidentally sent by an intern.
-HBOMaxHelp (@HBOMaxHelp) June 18, 2021
The admission prompted some Twitter users to share their own embarrassing internship gaffes, and reassure the HBO Max intern in question that everyone makes mistakes.
-Leo Ji (they/them) (@theleoji) June 18, 2021
-Daenney (@daenney) June 18, 2021
-͏Postcards4USA (@postcards4USA) June 18, 2021
-Adrienne Porter Felt (@__apf__) June 18, 2021
HBO Max did not immediately respond to Insider's request for comment.
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