Got Spam? No – got .Mail

Got Spam? No – got .Mail
technology

PSFK reports are on the development of the .mail domain under consideration to overcome the recent inbox harassment of Spam.

Guy Brighton
  • 31 august 2004

Domain extensions (such as .com and .org) have never been so important in playing a major marketing role as they soon could be with the awaited release of .mail and what it could mean to a business.

ICANN, the Internet’s governing body and Spamhaus, a British based anti-spam entity are currently placing the .mail domain under consideration to overcome the recent inbox harassment of Spam.

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