Microsoft sets Sender ID free
Microsoft's Sender ID email authentication technology can now be used without fear of the software giant's intellectual property lawyers.
The Redmond, Wash., company said Monday it is making the "Sender ID Framework" available under its Open Specification Promise program. That means Microsoft will not sue anyone who creates products or services based on the e-mail technology. Microsoft sets Sender ID free | CNET News.com
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