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September 26, 2005

New anti-spam efforts hampering email

According to a report by Bigfoot Interactive, email marketers who don't adjust for changes many broadband ISPs are making regarding limits on simultaneous SMTP connections and volume rates are in for some serious deliverability problems Providers, such as BellSouth, Comcast, and RoadRunner are implementing the procedures to cut down on bulk spam.

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Why now though? It's amazing ISP's haven't queued or limited SMTP connections before!

Posted by: Edward Clarke | Feb 7, 2006 7:00:05 AM

The implementation of connection limiting significantly lowers the ability to send out email at high volumes. There are ways to get around this problem, but forunately for the anti-spam community, there have been technology developments over the past few years that have limited the ability to get around these connection limitations. This is an excellent way to cut down on spam.

Posted by: Ryan Pitylak | Mar 17, 2006 12:26:47 AM

Unfortunately this is not utilized by more ISPs, but it should be, because this is a great way to minimize the impact that spammers can have.

Posted by: Ryan Pitylak | Apr 3, 2006 4:40:59 PM

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Not only do they try to rip you off, they send your email out and you get a ton of junk mail.

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