The Cialis Side Effect on the Spam Filters of Salon

The report below has me wondering if adaptive email filters are giving out false positives over this issue as well.

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What I do know is that recently my former employer contracted out to SafeMail to provide outsourced spam filtering service prior to their corporate email server and it was a horrible mistake. SafeMail had an outage and email failed to get relayed. Forget about why you would even trust any company that doesn’t protect their user login in page with SSL! This is a fine example of why lazy sales executives need to stop trying to shuffle off the responsibility of their own user experience onto some company as the magic pill for their woes. If people take responsibility for driving their car on the freeway is it such a stretch to take responsibility for filtering your own spam that was most likely generated from visits to questionable web pages from your work computer?

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