E-MAIL


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E-MAILElectronic Mail
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Under AOL's plan, every message sent as preferred e-mail would be charged a fee of between one-quarter of a penny and one cent--based on volume--in exchange for special handling.
E-mail contains valuable business information that is accessed daily by business users and must be preserved for legal and regulatory reasons just like paper records.
Batching--you receive just one (or two) batches of e-mail a day, rather than having the notes come in one at a time.
You can use a series of e-mail commands or a Web interface.
Spam producers use databases of e-mail addresses collected from public Web sites, create mail lists, or purchase subscriber lists.
Your e-mail can be blacklisted by Internet Service Providers (ISPs) such as Yahoo
According to Forrester Research, the e-mail marketing industry is expected to grow to almost $5 billion by 2004, from $26 million in 1996.
E-mail authentication does not replace anti-spam filters, since not all bulk commercial spammers send spoofed e-mail.
Corporate Microsoft Exchange messaging systems are growing at an exponential rate, as employees use e-mail as a business-critical communication tool.
NASDAQ:TMWD), a leading provider of e-mail security, file transfer security, and identity validation software and appliances, announced today that MemorialCare, one of Los Angeles and Orange County's leading health care systems, has chosen Tumbleweed MailGate(R) Email Firewall to block spam, viruses, phishing attacks and other email based threats.
Spam, also known as unsolicited e-mail and junk mail, has caused extraordinary damage to people and businesses.