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discussion Coronavirus Has Opened the Corporate Email Floodgates

The email deluge raises questions about marketing practices as nonessential businesses closed shops and storefronts amid the spread of the new coronavirus. [...] [more]
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discussion Outlook.com, an E-Mail Service With Lots of Smarts

So Outlook.com has buttons that, with one click, sweep all e-mail from a particular sender into the trash (a feature inherited from Hotmail). It also has a one-click Unsubscribe button that removes you from the mailing lists of legitimate companies, much as Google does. It can even auto-delete all but the most recent message from a company — perfect for daily deals like Groupon. Outlook.com uses other smarts to categorize your messages. It has auto-detectors that look for messages from social media [...] [more]
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