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 Sep 17, 2004 - 10:20 AM - by Michael
* AOL, Microsoft fight over antispam tech

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AOL and Microsoft are apparently in a row over Sender-ID, Microsoft's idea of a next-generation antispam tool. Seems they didn't like, for starters, Microsoft's keeping one of its patent proposals for the technology.

They're also worried it may break the current SPF (Sender Permitted From) tech.

So in the meantime, AOL won't use the tech, but will publish records so that other companies that do will get AOL's emails correctly.

In related news, the volume of your spam may be currently down due to Mother Nature punishing millions of people in an attempt to drown the spammers.

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