I have created 2 new mail-id's,
And I created a filter in both mail-ids, So as to forward the nullable2's incoming mail to nullable1 and vice versa.
And I manually composed a new mail in nullable1 and forward to nullable2.
And What I expected is, an indefinite looping will set between nullable1 and nullable2 , and so my both mail's inbox will always be busy.
But that was not happened.
After sending the mail,
CASE 1: If I click on inbox link in left pane, only one mail was transferred to nullable2. And I can see the sent mail as a single mail.(NO ITERATIONS).
CASE 2:when I refresh my screen(without clicking inbox link) , I am getting error as
400 That’s an error.
Your client has issued a malformed or illegal request.
That’s all we know.
My question is , Is Gmail is perfectly coded to remove indefinite iterations? or I am getting this error message due to some network overload (like network congestion)? or Someother reasons?
Please explain the mechanism behind this.