Spam filter costs lawyers their day in court

Monday, 16 July 2007, 12:09 AM EST

The trouble at Franklin D. Azar & Associates PC began with pornographic spam.

Last May, the Aurora, Colo., law firm was being bombarded with offensive messages. Enough of it was seeping through the company's spam filters that employees complained to management, and IT administrator Kevin Rea was told to do something.

At Computerworld.

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