There is a way around this, however. An anti spam Lotus Notes review reveals that the other 4% can be managed, and false positive can be eliminated. Mail that has been considered spam is examined and not counted as such if there has been any correspondence with the sender at any time.
Newsletters can be sent to a special folder, one labelled as newsletters. Once identified as a newsletter, future issues will be sent to that folder. This means they will not have to be manually handled until ready to be read and/or acted on. You are freed up from the administrative duties involved with sorting. Newsletters have been estimated to comprise approximately 50% of email after spam has been removed. Thus, this service can save an enormous amount of time.
The program searches your sent box and notes any preferences you have set up to determine who you wish to get mail from. Emails from those senders are moved to the preferred inbox, letting you address them first. The categories are divided into preferred inbox, other inbox, newsletters, and junk. This allows you to handle the important email immediately and postpone handling others until you are ready to do so.
The software is quick to install and easy to use. It works with any anti spam Lotus Notes client, including Apple Mac and Linux. It has the ability to be up and running within minutes after download. This gives you immediate total control of your email traffic, virtually eliminating all unwanted mail, and organizing newsletters to allow you to filter them and handle them in your own time, without having to wade through them in your preferred inbox mails.
The industry standard for defining SPAM states that it is unsolicited bulk email. Unsolicited means that there is no verifiable indication that the recipient has given permission for the mail to have been sent. There is also no indication that the sender has any relationship with any of the recipients. Bulk mail just means mail sent to a group of recipients instead of an individual. Bulk mail is not necessarily unsolicited. It may simply be the first contact with a group of recipients.
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