Taking out the garbage of spam

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The rise of email as a mission-critical commercial tool has led to one unfortunate side affect. A daily stream of garbage finds its way into our inboxes. Dealing with spam is the curse of modern business. Some spam even turns your own IT systems into spam transmitters so it is just as important to ensure your systems are not sending garbage out.

According to the findings of a survey of 1,000 companies published by the the the U.K. government's Dept. of Trade and Industry in the second quarter of 2004 approximately half of the companies surveyed say spam is a noticeable or significant proportion of their incoming email. And the trend is ...

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