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February 06, 2006

Would you pay for e-mail postage?

This would probably be a good investment for most associations:
Yahoo, AOL to Charge Some E-Mail Senders - Yahoo! News

The fees, which would range from 1/4 cent to 1 cent per e-mail, are the latest attempts by the companies to weed out unsolicited ads, commonly called spam, and identity-theft scams. In exchange for paying, e-mail senders will be guaranteed their messages won't be filtered and will bear a seal alerting recipients they're legitimate.


Anonymous said...

its a good idea

Anonymous said...

It's a good idea, but aren't there services out there you can use to send certified, non-spam emails?

Ben said...

I'm not aware of any.