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Tue Dec 5 15:54:54 UTC 2006
On 12/5/06, William Allen Simpson <william.allen.simpson at gmail.com> wrote:
> The "study" says that "nearly 20 percent of email does not get delivered to
> the inbox as intended, largely because it gets mistaken as spam."
> That's utter hogwash. My Mail Mailguard statistics this year show that for
> me personally, only 0.1% of messages are false positives! Systemwide,
> it's only 0.6%!
Depends on -
1. How large your network is (how many millions of mailboxes)
2. How you define spam [that study probably defines anything that's
can-spam compliant as non-spam? haven't checked]
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