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Online Unsolicited, commercial bulk–junk E-mail. See Mail list, USENET.
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Because of e-mail service is content-based, spam mails can be detect by checking content but in VoIP system cannot check content of communication until conversation starts.
Businesses are coming under increasing threat from cyber-crime, which can range from deluges of spam mail to complex fraud against companies and institutions.
eighty-two pieces of spam mail and fourteen chain mails from family.
And of course the 21st-century equivalent of this paper mountain is the unsolicited email, or spam mail, offering everything from cheap flights to even cheaper eastern European ski chalets.
FROM SALES PITCHES FOR "V1@GRA" TO PLEAS FOR HELP TRANSFERring funds by the son of a former leader of an African country who was killed by his enemies, our in-boxes are full of spam mail.
(53) Byeong Jun Lee, A Content and Limit of Regulation Spam Mail in Regarding to 2002 Revision, 3 INTERNET L.
Ian Callens, of Icomm, said: "We've seen a significant increase in the reporting of Christmas junk and spam mail, particularly e-mails offering single products and hi-tech gadgets as potential presents.
Written for computer users of all experience levels from novice to expert, How To Use The Internet To Advertise, Promote, And Market Your Business Or Web Site covers how to generate more traffic to one's site without resorting to illegal schemes like spam mail, positive branding, methods for automating one's website, creating e-zines and newsletters to generate interest, using an auto-responder, search engine optimization, how banner advertising works, and more.
Finnish-Swedish telecomms group TeliaSonera AB said on Monday (23 January) that more than one in four people at small businesses in Sweden have not been able to work on their computer at least once during the past year because of a virus attack or spam mail.
Whitelists, blacklists and the spam mail statistics can be used to control email.
Estimates put the amount of junk and spam mail at more than 70% of e-mail traffic.
21Century-Ecommerce.com has released "DrStopSpam," the first desktop program to completely automate the tracking down of Spam mail sources, even allowing novice users to email those empowered to put the Spam mailer out of business.