Popular link-sharing site reportedly bans a half-dozen prominent Web sites for what it sees as spammy behavior.
This Windows utility normally sells for $29.95. It works with all mail systems and supports an unlimited number of accounts.
While Norton's AntiSpam 2005 seamlessly integrates into Microsoft's e-mail clients, it has performance issues. And it's neither as easy to use nor as accurate as MailFrontier Desktop.
Norton AntiSpam 2004 earns an Editors' Choice for its simplicity, efficiency, and ability to work inside Outlook Express.
New and Noteworthy: Safari usage increases significantly; Maryland governor signs tough anti-spam law; more
Apple manufacturing plant changes hands; Adobe jumps into DVD authoring; Anti-Spam Research Group to meet; more
Anti-spam tactics; Cyberterror in '03 predicted; more
In a surprising reversal, the Direct Marketing Association says it won't oppose anti-spam laws. In fact, the group will begin lobbying for them.
Spam may be a costly and seemingly unstoppable nuisance, but the trend offers an opportunity for companies developing technology to fight it, according to a new report.