Can e-mail be saved?
Battered by junk and reeling under makeshift fixes, e-mail is ripe for reinvention. Here's how six of the industry's most provocative thinkers envision a brighter day

He told you so: Jon Postel (1943 – 1998)
An Internet founding father foresaw the 'junk mail problem' 30 years ago

Gaming the spam system
Build a better spam filter, and spammers will figure out how to cheat it

Interview with a spammer
Scott Richter is unabashed, unashamed, and making more money than you. You got a problem with that?

Ending e-mail forgery
Several promising schemes vie to solve the sender identity verification problem


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