E-mail 'stamps' may help companies avoid junk mailboxes

Tuesday, 7 February 2006, 3:04 AM EST

The program, which is being offered through a company called Goodmail Systems, will target banks, online retailers and other groups that send large amounts of e-mail. In exchange for a payment and a pledge to contact only people who have agreed to receive their messages, the companies would be ensured their e-mails aren't diverted to spam folders or have images or Web addresses filtered out.

At TechNewsWorld.

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