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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.
References in classic literature ?
Yet their evidence was more and more conclusive: a very epistle could not have been more characteristic of its sender.
It is clear that only reputable senders meet the detailed policy review and strict quantitative standards used for determining eligibility for Sender Score Certified.
The Sender Score Receiver Alliance will provide a much-needed centralized point of contact between e-mail senders and the EMEA ISP community.
The Iconix Truemark service enables consumers to quickly identify messages from legitimate senders, which proactively combats widespread email-based identity theft techniques, such as phishing.
Once the message is verified, the sender is checked against a list of senders registered with ICONIX and a Truemark icon is added to the authenticated message for easy identification.
Dave Senders of Boulder, Colorado wins pro-skateboarder Rob Dyrdek's Gumball 3000 Subaru WRX STi from DC Shoes, in addition to VIP package from Hot Import Nights
The component and installation cost is related to the number of fuel senders onboard an aircraft and the ease to which wiring can be added.
The medium of e-mail needs to be rescued, and I have long argued for a solution that would require that some sort of expense be paid by e-mail senders.
Black list: A list of domain names or IP addresses that are known to be spam senders.
Houston began his search for a spam filter by looking for a product that would automatically filter unwanted e-mails without requiring his users to maintain lists of approved and blacklisted senders.
His meta-analysis comparing sender and no-sender experiments showed that those including senders generated better performance than those that did not, although the effect seemed to be confined to those experimenters who had used both conditions at some time.
Commercial senders should probably plan on publishing both PRA and SPF-related DNS references so that they can send mail to companies that will only check one or the other.