Taking the spam fight beyond message deflection

Friday, 3 June 2005, 1:21 AM EST

The war against spam is a larger effort than just defending the inbox. Tools from AppRiver, Habeas, and OmniTI debuting at the InBox:IT 2005 conference this week aim to combat spam by protecting legitimate e-mail message senders as well as the enterprise recipients.

AppRiver at the show unveiled SecureTide, a managed service for e-mail content control, and spam and virus protection. The offering is an update to the company's existing spam filtering platform.

By Cathleen Moore at InfoWorld.

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