The New Generation of SpamSpam celebrated its 30th birthday last month and it's doubtful that anyone that ever owned an email address is singing its praises. In May 1978, 393 employees of Arpanet received the first ever spam email in history from another company called Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) advertising their new computer systems.
New Generation of Spam
Spam and ScamsHow much time do you spend every day to delete spam or read them? Definitely a sizable amount of the precious productive time is spent on dealing with spam. Almost all internet users using emails and mailboxes encounter this problem. Spam usually carry advertisements or news irrelevant or unnecessary to you and most of all they land in your mailbox without your permission.
Zero Spam! - Prevention is Better Than CureSpam. Everyone hates it, and it's become a fact of life for personal and business users alike. Many accounts come with anti-spam programs that run the risk of cutting out genuine emails using overzealous filters; and many more sift through mountains of spam in search for genuine emails (sound familiar?!). There has to be a better way - and guess what, there is.