Beyond Can-Spam: E-mail Authentication

Miller, Paul
November 2004
Catalog Age;Nov2004, Vol. 21 Issue 12, p1
Trade Publication
Discusses the use of e-mail authentication to reduce spam. Description of the e-mail authentication process; Efforts of Internet service providers to create a platform for e-mail authentication standards; Advantages of registering in white listing programs for Internet service providers; Process of registering in a white listing program. INSET: Spam Glossary.


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