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antispam How Email Open Tracking Quietly Took Over the Web

"I just came across this email," began the message, a long overdue reply. But I knew the sender was lying. He’d opened my email nearly six months ago. On a Mac. In Palo Alto. At night. I knew this because I was running the email tracking service Streak, which notified me as soon as my message had been opened. It told me where, when, and on what kind of device it was read. With Streak enabled, I felt like an inside trader whenever I glanced at my inbox, privy to details that gave me maybe a little too [...] [more]
wired.com    Spam

antispam "Mailsploit" Lets Hackers Forge Perfect Email Spoofs

Pretending to be someone you're not in an email has never been quite hard enough—hence phishing, that eternal scourge of internet security. But now one researcher has dug up a new collection of bugs in email programs that in many cases strip away even the existing, imperfect protections against email impersonation, allowing anyone to undetectably spoof a message with no hint at all to the recipient. [...] [more]
wired.com    Study

discussion Mailchimp Sends a Billion Emails a Day. That’s the Easy Part

Mailchimp sends more than a billion emails a day. That’s its business. The company operates a service that lets anyone send out messages en masse to their customers or followers. And by the end of the year, Mailchimp executives expects its servers will be handling way more. But sending that amount of email isn’t the problem that keeps the company’s engineers busy all day. [...] [more]
wired.com    Listbuilding, ESP, Deliverability
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