Bad karma surrounds e-mail authentication plans

Friday, 21 April 2006, 1:27 PM EST

This week's powwow of e-mail heavyweights in Chicago returned the IT community's attention to the issue of e-mail message authentication, but the messaging community has too little to show for a year's worth of work, some say.

Microsoft, Yahoo, AOL, and others used the second annual summit to highlight adoption of sender authentication technologies and talk up their schemes for verifying e-mail senders and recipients.

At Network World.

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