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Links 1 through 10 of 206 by @nm tagged Messaging/Spam

Planet Antispam is a weblog aggregator, collecting postings from various anti-spam weblogs.

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'[Tuffmail] has the most granular and brutal spam control options I've ever seen. You can use Tuffmail's effective default methods or drill all the way down to MX-level adjustments on a per-domain or even per-mailbox basis. You don't even have to know the

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'The researchers behind SMTP Path Analysis had to deal with the fact that spammers can forge the address of the mail server used to send a message out. To counter this, they developed another algorithm that judges plausibility of the overall path that a m

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' the vast majority of email that uses some form of sender authentication is spam. 84% of emails using SPF were spam. 83% of emails using Sender ID were spam. And yet, Microsoft is still getting ready to dump any non-Sender ID email into a spam filter. Gr

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'To illustrate the concept [of Bayesian filtering], we are going to teach a matchbox to tell the time.'

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'> Is it time to delete the SPF v1 record from my DNS zones?' John: 'Probably ... So the no-sender-id [yellow warning] box [in MSN/Hotmail] will in practice mean "not spam". We'll see how people react.'

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'discusses various highly effective and low impact ways to weed out spam and malware during incoming SMTP transactions in a mail exchanger (MX host), with an added emphasis on eliminating so-called Collateral Spam.'

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