Microsoft to Enforce Anti-spam Plan

By on July 23, 2004, 3:28 PM
The software giant will move forward with its anti-spam plans by checking all mails going through its Hotmail and MSN services as well as Microsoft.com mail adresses with Sender ID in order to verify if these come from valid e-mail servers.

Sender ID is a proposed technology standard, backed by Microsoft, for verifying an e-mail message's source. It combines two previous standards: the Microsoft-developed "Caller ID," and the Meng Weng Wong-developed SPF.




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