Well, it's a yearly tradition in the western hemisphere that at the end of the year, we compose a top 10 list of the 10 most <insert description here>. So, I thought that I would create my own list of the top 10 spam stories of 2008. Now, not all of these will be universally applicable to everyone, they are the top 10 stories as seen by me.
Well, that's the way I saw the world this year. From everyone here at Microsoft Exchange Hosted Services, have a very happy new year and we'll see you in 2009!
e360 was not the plaintiff in the ND case. Spammer Jerry Reynolds was the plaintiff.
Oh, yeah. Typo.
There was a discussion about this topic on spam-l recently. Your post is far better than anyone's suggestions at spam-l. (we touched on some of these... but a full and quality 10 items didn't emerge)
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