Don't talk to strangers

Monday, 10 January 2005, 11:32 AM EST

Agency officials can avoid spam and viruses by requiring e-mail senders to wear name tags.

Until now, e-mail servers delivered messages unless the senders were listed on a spam filter's block list. Users also have the option, in some cases, of opting out of a sender's mailing list.

For agency officials who are concerned about spam, another option is available, said Robert Cook, chairman and chief executive officer of Sigaba, a secure messaging company.

By Brian Robinson at FCW.

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