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The Inquirer is reporting that Cisco has come-up with some sort of a special anti-spam technology which can be embedded into the routers and well control spam. “While there’s no comment from Cisco on product plans, what we do know is that Michael Thomas, a Cisco […]

The Inquirer is reporting that Cisco has come-up with some sort of a special anti-spam technology which can be embedded into the routers and well control spam. “While there’s no comment from Cisco on product plans, what we do know is that Michael Thomas, a Cisco employee, and Jim Fenton have co-authored “draft-fenton-indentified-mail-00″. That’s available on the IETF draft repository, which you can find here,” writes the London-based news daily. There is apparently some sort of working group in the works that will help standardize the technology!

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