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Online Unsolicited, commercial bulk–junk E-mail. See Mail list, USENET.
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CMS), a leading developer of messaging connectivity solutions, announces that it has begun shipping Praetor, an advanced plug-in for Microsoft Exchange that is the first software utility designed specifically to proactively filter unsolicited commercial e-mail, commonly known as spam.
At the demonstration, Randy Delucchi, Director of Customer Service for Hotmail Corporation, will add all of Hotmail's users to the SAFEeps database to be protected from unsolicited commercial e-mail.
These legal specialists covered topics such as obscenity, unsolicited commercial e-mail, zoning of adult businesses, and effective strategies for avoiding legal problems.
1, 2004, the CAN-SPAM Act of 2003 (Controlling the Assault of Non-Solicited Pornography and Marketing Act of 2003) Law is aimed at preventing SPAM by prohibiting senders of unsolicited commercial e-mail from disguising their identities by using a false return address or misleading subject line.
GMS Anti-Spam (AS) already uses artificial intelligence, content pattern recognition and flexible content filtering to block huge amounts of unsolicited commercial e-mail.
Internet service providers are forging ahead in the ongoing battle to control ever-expanding costs of unsolicited commercial e-mail.
Spam is unsolicited commercial e-mail, often sent by fraudulent means, that compromises the quality of consumers' online experience and burdens consumers and businesses worldwide.
The sheer volume and variety of unsolicited commercial e-mail makes it impractical for most companies to manage spam on their own," said Steve Jillings, FrontBridge's president and CEO.
Ultimately, the end user is the best judge of how much spam or unsolicited commercial e-mail he or she can stand," stressed Dr.
One of the main areas of concern for many organizations is simply trying to reduce the quantity of unsolicited commercial e-mail, or spam.