Spam, Spam, Spam. We use Amavis and Spamassassin to monitor spam. Currently we only flag your messages as spam. You will notice this in the subject lines "SPAM:" is added to all mail detected as spam.
Although we feel our spam detection is pretty good, spam will still get through undetected. We will try our best to keep our systems as up to date as possible to combat the ever evolving spam techniques.
Also, just a stat-for-thought: Over 70% of the email that is accepted by our mail servers is flagged as spam. This doesn't include the quantity of email that is actually rejected by our servers for failing to abide by standards while sending.
An Australian senator provoked an angry backlash from lawmakers by wearing a burqa in Parliament on Thursday as part of her campaign for a national ban on Islamic face covers.
No one who's paid any attention to what's been happening in the U.S. for the last two years could dare ask after Charlottesville, "How did it come to this?" Nor can those who truly understand the dark chapters of American history deny the darkness of this moment.
CIBC and PC Financial are breaking up a 20-year banking marriage and divvying up the assets — news one financial expert says isn't necessarily a good or bad thing for consumers.
Denying workers a choice in where they can buy their prescription drugs can save companies money, but many workers say the choice is simply too important.
The countdown is on: it's less than a week to the solar eclipse and you likely want to know when to look up. Here are some times for cities across Canada.
If it wasn't clear before yesterday's kickoff to NAFTA renegotiations, U.S. trade representative Robert Lighthizer wasted little time in setting things straight: his job is to get a deal that delivers on Donald Trump's promises to U.S. workers. And he won't let the facts get in his way.
Military chaplains are concerned about being forced to violate confidentiality in cases of sexual misconduct, according to documents obtained by CBC News under Access to Information.
U.S President Donald Trump's chief strategist called a left-leaning writer seemingly out of the blue. He's since claimed he did not think it was an interview.
Elisa Hategan remembers becoming the portrait of hatred in Canada — the image of white supremacy shifting from that of men with shorn hair and tattoos to the face of a teenage girl with red hair and an air of innocence. It's a painful memory.
A pledge by Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer to yank federal funding from universities that fail to uphold free speech wouldn't apply to a decision by the University of Toronto to ban a nationalist rally from campus, his spokesman said Wednesday.
Source: CBC | Top Stories News