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Spam Filter Service

Spam Filter Service
Wikipedia defines spam as “the use of electronic messaging systems to send unsolicited bulk messages, especially advertising, indiscriminately”. This definition reflects the experience of most people who have been bothered by spam. Unfortunately, technical application of the definition is difficult.
 
- How does a system know that an email is unsolicited, and that the recipient has not in fact given permission for it to be sent? 
- Unsolicited does not necessarily mean unwanted – it is quite possible for an unsolicited email to be welcome, e.g. an enquiry from a new customer. 
- What exactly is “advertising”? 

Because of this, it is unsurprising that different people have different opinions as to whether a particular email is legitimate or spam. In fact, it is not uncommon for one person to class a message as spam on one occasion and as a legitimate email on another. So how can a technical system deliver the required result with a high degree of reliability?
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Publicatie datum: 23-01-2019
Bestandstype: pdf
Document: Whitepaper
Taal: EN
Gepubliceerd door: CloudLand B.V.
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