CNetNews.com reports that a new technology from Microsoft Corp. intended to insulate computer users from a deluge of unsolicited eMail messages is not having the effect the company originally intended. Called Sender-ID, the technology is meant to prevent nefarious spam artists from forging eMail addresses and disguising their identities. But, despite the possibilities, CNET reports, businesses and other enterprise computer users, including schools, have been slow to adopt Microsoft's latest technology--citing an unwillingness to overhaul their existing eMail infrastructure--leaving the door open for spammers to continue their assaults. ...
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