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Williams, president of consulting company Cohasset reported, "Not having any email retention policies inevitably will result in amassing vast volumes of communications that are costly to retain, even more expensive to search through in response to discovery requests, and may unwittingly supply information that is harmful to the organization if disclosed in response to discovery requests.
But as the government frowns on that concept now, large accounting and legal firms are aggressively pursuing email retention strategies and software tools to keep their clients (and themselves) off regulatory hit lists.
In many cases, Barracuda Networks customers complained that their users had not signed up for such emails, in which case it is likely that the email recipients names and email addresses were on a list that was then sold to a third party, an act that many spam operations employ.
Barracuda Networks recommends that organizations planning to communicate via email take the following steps to make sure that only their intended recipients receive the email and that they are not mistaken for spam operations:
With any of these email address authorization schemes, the email address domain owner may be prone to being unfairly held accountable.
Some insist the email address domain owner should be held culpable for their authorization of email sources.
13) A survey of 10,000 physicians released in May 1999 by Healtheon found that 33 percent had used email at some point to communicate with patients, a 200 percent jump over the year before.
Unless you are contemplating imminent retirement, communicating via email with your patients is not a matter of if but when.
lowers email infrastructure costs - reducing trouble-tickets and demand on servers, bandwidth and CPUs,
reduces the potential for email confidentiality breaches and related legal costs,