Seattle, WA (PRWEB) November 3, 2004
"ModoClean scans inbound email for URLS, email addresses, and attachments." says Lee Wright, Modomail founder and Chief Systems Architect. "Simply put, if our system detects an URL or email address that has been used in a spamming campaign, the email is flagged and the message quarantined. URLS and email addresses are extracted from past and current campaigns, both from Modomail's own users as well as other spam reporting services on the net. The system is constantly updating and adjusting scores and adds items to its database whenever it detects new campaigns."
"Additionally, our system provides a way for users to specify whether or not an email was correctly quarantined. In the case of false positives, our database is updated based on a scoring system so that entries can be white listed based on user feedback."
"For the past 4 months, we've been running ModoClean in our testing environment and recently in our production environment. We are very pleased with its effectiveness. In providing the data online, it is our hope that other services will find this useful as well as providing adjustments in a community effort against spam."
Additional information can be found at: http://modomail.com/user/Resources.php#Url.
ModoClean is a trademark of Modomail.com. The blocking data provided on Modomail.com's website is free of charge.
Modomail.com is an anti-spam email service provider with an emphasis on user controlled server side filters. Modomail is also active in the community, helping in the first FTC filed Can-Spam case, and also runs FightingSpam.com, a site dedicated to news about fighting spam.
Modolink Communications, LLC.
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