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sender

[′sen·dər]
(communications)
Part of an automatic-switching telephone system that receives pulses from a dial or other source and, in accordance with them, controls the further operations necessary in establishing a telephone connection.
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This for the sender theme runs through the project and is reflected in the donation of a portion of the proceeds to causes chosen by the senders of the letters, including the Stand Up for Kids homeless shelter in Oceanside, CA and the WeAdvance women's clinic in Haiti.
Integrating Sender Score Certified into this system allows service providers using the IMP to whitelist certified bulk senders, bypassing further checks for those senders and minimizing resource use.
Once we are able, without a doubt, to identify the sender of an e-mail, we can trace it back and hold spammers and phishers accountable.
Original senders then must respond in a positive manner to the challenge.
After evaluating several well-known products, Houston chose DigiPortal's ChoiceMail, an e-mail filtering product that works by automatically sending a verification e-mail to all senders attempting to contact a Taylor Guitars employee.
An opportunity sampling method was used to draw 40 pairs of participants (mean age of senders = 29.
Since most e-mail threats rely on sender address spoofing, adopting authentication technologies can go a long way toward keeping fraudulent e-mails from hitting enterprise inboxes.
The big ISPs have been arguing for more than a year about how to create such a sender authentication system.
Do Not Fax" requests: If a recipient requests that someone stop sending unsolicited advertisements, the sender must comply promptly, even if there is an established business relationship or permission to fax.
Challenge-response is a method of filtering spam whereby all senders are blocked by default.
Processing awards and other personnel records in faraway places is getting easier with the help of "digital senders," according to personnel officials supporting Operation Enduring Freedom.
In this technique, researchers remove sensory distractions with the aim of promoting telepathic communication between subjects, called senders and receivers.