SenderID anti-spam scheme picks up steam

Summary:As proof that that a decent, open anti-spam scheme needs little more than a good sugar-Daddy to get it off the ground, Microsoft hosted a SenderID summit at its Redmond, WA campus that was attended by the more than 80 members of the E-Mail Service Provider Coalition (ESPC).

As proof that that a decent, open anti-spam scheme needs little more than a good sugar-Daddy to get it off the ground, Microsoft hosted a SenderID summit at its Redmond, WA campus that was attended by the more than 80 members of the E-Mail Service Provider Coalition (ESPC).

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