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Updated: Botnet hits Android smartphones, sends spam from Yahoo accounts?

Compromised Yahoo accounts have been used to send out spam by a botnet recently. In this case it’s not a

Ongage: improving micro-deliverability to maximize inbox placement

Recently Ongage announced a new solution to maximize inbox placement using multiple ESPs. The overall reputation of an ESP can

Email deliverability rates dropped in second half 2011, says Return Path

If you’re having some deliverability issues, you are probably not alone. Email deliverability rate has dropped in the second half

DMARC launched: standardizes email authentication

The DMARC.org (Domain-based Message Authentication, Reporting and Conformance) website launched two days ago with an official press release stating that fifteen of the

New York Times email marketing oopsie, 8 million people emailed

In the closing of 2011, the New York Times did a bit of an email marketing oopsie: a total of

Email spam volume drops to historically low levels

The email spam volume worldwide has dropped to the lowest in the past three years, according to the Symantec November Intelligence

Don't hit the spam button when you actually just want to unsubscribe

If you receive a newsletter, and actually feel like you don’t want it (anymore), use the unsubscribe option! These days

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