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Comment: Blue Ribbon means guaranteed as non-spam? (Score 1) 295

by richlb (#15020560) Attached to: Pay-per-email and the "Market Myth"
So, if the blue ribbon means it bypasses the spam filters, does that mean I have no way of "blacklisting" an email either? If I continue to get email that I choose not to get and what to permanently filter it, will I be unable to because of this blue ribbon? My guess is that I won't, since any mailer who uses the service is probably promised that his email will go through and find the recipient's inbox guaranteed.

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