"We endeavor to ensure that of the e-mails that enter the spam trap, there is a statistically insignificant amount of real e-mail. Everything coming in is not supposed to be there," said Paul Ducklin, head of technology at Sophos Asia-Pacific.
"The obvious early adopters will be environments like universities and ISPs, who have huge amounts of Internet traffic--diverse populations that are not necessarily centrally regulated," Ducklin said.
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