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"Fourteen Thousand Messages"
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A guy I know went away on a trip for a month and a half. When he got back, his inbox had 14,000 messages waiting for him, real ones, since his mail system has pretty good spam filtering. How can anyone deal with that much mail? More importantly, there are tools to sort, filter, combine, and so forth to get the mail under control, but how can people who aren’t techno-weenies like me manage and use the tools we have? Or do we need different tools?
This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Security Seminar series.
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