Get up-to-date information on handling misdirected bouncesthose countless spam emails claiming your company's message couldn't be delivered, when you didn't even send one in the first place!
If you've ever received an email saying your message couldn't be delivered, but you don't recognize the message or the senderyou've been the victim of a misdirected bounce. Companies receive thousands of these spam messages daily because fraudulent emailers misappropriate those firms' return addresses to use as their own. This booklet, How to Stop the Latest Internet Email Traffic Emergency: Why Misdirected Bounce Messages Are Costly and Dangerous, demonstrates why this problem is growing so costly for your organizationand how to choose a solution that's more than a band-aid.
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