We're looking forward to the opportunity to learn from M³AAWG and improve the way our industry deals with messaging abuse.
Rockville, MD (PRWEB) January 14, 2013
As part of continuing anti-abuse efforts, email service provider, MailerMailer has joined the Messaging, Malware and Mobile Anti Abuse Working Group (M³AAWG). M³AAWG is one of the largest global organizations that addresses ongoing and emerging messaging abuse issues, including spam, phishing, bots, malware, DNS abuse, mobile spam, and other forms of email abuse.
MailerMailer works to effectively control messaging anti-abuse through constant monitoring, list privacy and protection efforts, as well as many safeguards including password protected login, site-wide secure pages, and multiple firewalls. The M³AAWG membership allows MailerMailer the opportunity to enhance their email messaging standards and anti-abuse best practices.
In addition, MailerMailer's participation with M³AAWG will help other email organizations in their effort against messaging abuse. “We’re looking forward to the opportunity to learn from M³AAWG and use that valuable knowledge to improve the state of email marketing and how we, as an industry, deal with messaging abuse,” says Raj Khera, CEO of MailerMailer.
Representing, nearly one billion mailboxes worldwide, the Messaging, Malware and Mobile Anti-Abuse Working Group (M³AAWG) tackles messaging abuse on existing networks and new emerging services, including mobile. M³AAWG (http://www.m3aawg.org) brings the messaging industry together to work collaboratively and to successfully address the various forms of abuse in an open forum driven by market needs and supported by major network operators and messaging providers.
MailerMailer is an award-winning do-it-yourself email marketing and list management provider. Featuring the latest email marketing technology, such as zip code radius targeting, image hosting, and custom email templates, MailerMailer (http://www.mailermailer.com) allow clients to easily create professional email newsletters and campaigns.