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Because email is so hard to manage, corporations largely ignore personal email floods.
Microsoft Exchange alone processes more than 3 million email messages every day, most of it through corporate email servers, and analysts estimate that email and attachments are growing at a rate of 35% per year.
So it is likely that the email campaigners tailored their campaigns accordingly.
The challenge with political email is that it cannot be categorically described as "spam" since many of the recipients have opted in to receive such emails based on any number of legitimate factors, i.
For email however, the greatest potential for injustice occurs when the source of abuse is being ascribed.
In addition, those willing to equivocate about identifiers consider that an email address domain authorization provides an indirect method to identify the message source.
Yet in contrast to other industries, the medical profession has been slow to embrace email
and the Internet as communication tools.
With anti-spam and virus protection needs being addressed by numerous solutions, IT organizations are turning their attention to the equally acute issues of spiraling email
operational costs, user misuse -- however innocuous -- and the need to demonstrate internal email
policy compliance as a first step in meeting regulatory requirements.