Ann Arbor, I (PRWEB) March 8, 2006
OnlyMyEmail, Inc. has released a new feature enabling end-users to report any spam emails that successfully evade OnlyMyEmail’s MX-Defender anti-spam network.
As of now, end-users will no longer need to "forward" spam messages to OnlyMyEmail’s Spam Review department, or be concerned with any special formatting or handling of these emails.
Instead, each message that passes through the MX-Defender spam/virus/fraud filtering system will contain an extra line at the very end of the email that will include a Spam Submission hyper-link.
Activating this hyper-link will automatically open a new browser window where users can confirm that a spam email was delivered when the MX-Defender should have actually blocked the message.
OnlyMyEmail’s Network Administrator Bryan Rawlins points out that “While our spam filtering is already the most accurate in the industry, with reviews conducted by both PC Magazine and PC World showing a 99.6% filtering rate, we still wanted to provide users with a reporting mechanism that would enable us to push our accuracy even higher still.”
Rawlins continues, “While it’s not unheard of for software solutions to provide similar functionality, we’re now likely the only enterprise solution capable of providing a simple way for end-users to report false-negatives in a manner that will have an immediate and direct impact on the spam-filtering engines.”
OnlyMyEmail is a anti-spam service that does not require installation or maintenance of software on client’s systems and offers solutions for individuals, enterprises and Internet Service Providers (ISPs).
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