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=== Wiki problem ===
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GROUPWISE/NetMail/Hula - SPAM -
  
Is there a reason why the <nowiki>----</nowiki> Horizontal line does not work ??
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We need a solution, and it's becoming a bottom-line issue. I was
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glad to see that this week Yahoo and Cisco announced they are
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<a
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href=http://techweb-pipelines.com/trk/click?ref=zp7waa8wo_1-895x24dc1x12719&>
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combining their anti-spam efforts</a> --
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Yahoo's Domainkeys and Cisco's Internet Identified Mail (IIM) --
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as, you guessed it, Domainkeys Identified Mail. The two use
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similar technologies that attach digital signatures to mail that
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are checked to ensure that the message was actually sent from the
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domain named in the message's "from" address.
  
See
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Jimmy Kuo is right when he says that the ability to forge a
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"from" address, which is used on most spam, is the thing that
It Should be above this line.
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makes e-mail a highway into your PC.
  
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Tell vendors that, if they're not part of the
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solution, they're part of the problem.
  
<nowiki><hr /></nowiki> gets the same result.
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Yahoo and Google's Gmail and other companies have implemented
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Domainkeys.  
  
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</snip>
 
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=== Performance? ===
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What I want to know is, what's the performance like, say, compared to VMware?  Or even in terms of whether running WinXP is usable?
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=== arty fart ===
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As the pelican in 'Finding Nemo' would say indignantly, "Nice."
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Or "mine mine mine mine"
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Revision as of 16:38, 13 June 2005

GROUPWISE/NetMail/Hula - SPAM -

<snip> We need a solution, and it's becoming a bottom-line issue. I was glad to see that this week Yahoo and Cisco announced they are <a href=http://techweb-pipelines.com/trk/click?ref=zp7waa8wo_1-895x24dc1x12719&> combining their anti-spam efforts</a> -- Yahoo's Domainkeys and Cisco's Internet Identified Mail (IIM) -- as, you guessed it, Domainkeys Identified Mail. The two use similar technologies that attach digital signatures to mail that are checked to ensure that the message was actually sent from the domain named in the message's "from" address.

Jimmy Kuo is right when he says that the ability to forge a "from" address, which is used on most spam, is the thing that makes e-mail a highway into your PC.

Tell vendors that, if they're not part of the solution, they're part of the problem.

Yahoo and Google's Gmail and other companies have implemented Domainkeys.

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