You've Got Junk Mail

October 2011
Business NH Magazine;Oct2011, Vol. 28 Issue 10, p54
The article offers tips on how to manage and minimize spam. It states that the in-house mail servers can be used in filtering electronic mails (emails) by server, content, and pattern email. It says that the cloud-based solutions, which are almost similar with the in-house mail server, is another option for minimizing spam. It adds that junk mails can also be filtered by a clearinghouse, in which one example is Google Inc.'s Postini.


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