DMTP: Controlling spam through message delivery differentiation

@article{Duan2007DMTPCS,
  title={DMTP: Controlling spam through message delivery differentiation},
  author={Zhenhai Duan and Yingfei Dong and Kartik Gopalan},
  journal={Computer Networks},
  year={2007},
  volume={51},
  pages={2616-2630}
}
Unsolicited commercial email, commonly known as spam, has become a pressing problem in today's Internet. In this paper, we re-examine the architectural foundations of the current email delivery system that are responsible for the proliferation of email spam. We argue that the difficulties in controlling spam stem from the fact that the current email system is fundamentally sender-driven and distinctly lacks receiver control over email delivery. Based on these observations we propose a… CONTINUE READING

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