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Marriage made in Hell: Emaileri and Suomen Asiakastieto

It was reported in Finnish news about a week ago that Suomen Asiakastieto Oyj has purchased Emaileri. Apparently this is important enough to be reported elsewhere, such as in Financial Times.

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September 2017 in Spamtraps: ESPs

ESP spam seen in spamtraps, September 2017

ESP spam seen in spamtraps, September 2017

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August 2017 in Spamtraps: ESPs

ESP spam seen in spamtraps, August 2017

ESP spam seen in spamtraps, August 2017

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Noblemen, Purchased Lists and E-Pending: Intellia, a part of Suomen Asiakastieto Oy

A story of how a nobleman may have helped the fight against e-pending in Finland merely by existing and having his own biz.
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July 2017 in Spamtraps: ESPs

ESP mail seen in spamtraps, July 2017

ESP mail seen in spamtraps, July 2017

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Why purchased lists are a big no-no

Over on the DotMailer blog, Lino Freire wrote an excellent piece on why purchased lists are a big no-no.

Thanks James Koons for sharing.

June 2017 in Spamtraps: ESPs

ESP mail seen in spamtraps, June 2017

ESP mail seen in spamtraps, June 2017

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May 2017 in Spamtraps: ESPs

ESP mail seen in spamtraps, May 2017

ESP mail seen in spamtraps, May 2017

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Take #2: B2B Prospecting Spam from IBM

Almost a month after I reported that a salesperson at IBM was sending B2B spam to a scraped or purchased list, the same individual spammed one of those email addresses again. As with this sender’s previous spam, the email was sent from IBM’s corporate mailservers, and specifically from a Lotus Notes system apparently used by their business development team.

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