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filtering

In neuropsychology, devoting selective focus to certain stimuli while ignoring or minimizing others.
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During this SMTP (Simple Mail Transfer Protocol) exchange, the receiving server employs filtering rules to stop spam before it is received into the organization's mail system.
When access is available, a user can set up efficient and effective e-mail filtering systems.
Standalone Appliance -- Part of an integrated solution dedicated to monitoring and filtering Internet access, without impacting network performance
The Filtering of Molten Metal to Improve Productivity, Yield, Quality and Properties," W.
The extension of 8e6's filtering power to the endpoint is just the most recent innovation the company has delivered to the K-12 market.
URL filtering is but one of a few perimeter-based security technologies for protecting against malicious Internet content," said Lawrence Orans, research director at Gartner.
8e6's line of filtering appliances now support a total of 94 database filtering categories and expanded keyword search -- providing greater flexibility and precision in managing employee access to online content.
However, little research has been done on the effects of filtering on castings of the family of manganese bronzes and silicon brasses and bronzes, which are susceptible to dross-related defects.
To help ease school budget constraints, 8e6 Technologies, a security company dedicated to Internet filtering and reporting, today announced an incentive program that allows K-12 schools to implement a high-end solution on a limited budget.