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posted in March 2005

IBM Wades Into Murky Waters Of Anti-Spam Tech

3/22/2005
IBM introduces an anti-spam technology that its developer says will nab eight out of 10 spams off the bat and fill the gap until more-robust sender-authentication schemes, such as Sender ID, SPF, or DomainKeys, are widely adopted.

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Mozilla Puts A Stop To Browser Suite

3/11/2005
The Mozilla Foundation will instead put its energy into its Firefox browser and Thunderbird, its e-mail client. But all is not lost for supporters of the Mozilla browser suite. There are signs it may live on under a new name and with the support of an independent developer community.

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