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Definition of Email spam

Most of the time,backlink building considered spam When you try to leave a comment on a site with anchor text on you link considered spam.You sending bunch Email to others might also considered  spam.Did you really really spammed?How to we define a spammer?

The definition of spam itself is a tricky issue, and there are many strongly held opinions over what should be included in the definition. Many define spam as unsolicited commercial electronic mail (e-mail) sent in bulk. Others believe 'bulkness' is irrelevant, and the key factor is whether the message sent was asked for or solicited. Still, others debate the importance of whether the message was commercial in nature, and would say that all unsolicited e-mail is spam. This view is perhaps a little extreme, as even messages that are sent to all individuals on campus by IT Services or others as a means of disseminating information could then be viewed as spam.

The default setting of the Spam filter quarantines mail on a quarantine server and sends a daily digest to show you the mail that is being held. It works like this - when your e-mail passes through the Spam filter server it is examined and given a score reflecting the probability that it is Spam. Based on the score the following actions are taken:

All mail that scores between 90%-100% will be deleted from University systems.
All mail that scores between 50% - 90% will be quarantined. Every day at about 3:00 a.m. a digest will be sent to you from the PureMessage Administrator account that informs you of all e-mail that has been received and quarantined within the last 24 hours.

If you are using the Notes client or an IMAP client (for example Outlook Express) it will be possible to release the message with one click.

Mail that contains words on the "offensive words" list will be quarantined, even if they score less than 50%. The list that we use comes pre-configured from Sophos with several hundred words and phrases that are generally considered to be unacceptable in e-mail (corporate) communications.

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