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someone who transmits a message

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12, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- A close-knit group of award-winning singer/songwriters in San Diego have turned four real-life letters into a book, album, and concert event benefitting causes chosen by the letter senders.
With Sender Score Certified and Sender Score Reputation Monitor available on the IMP, Bizanga's customers can confidently and aggressively target spam without pressure of accidentally filtering permissioned email, and make decisions about what email to block at the gateway before it enters their network.
Rule of thumb: In addition to avoiding THE SHOUT, or subject lines using only capital letters, keep your sender address line to about 16 characters, and your subject line to about 50 characters.
White list: A set of domain names or IP addresses that are known to be legitimate and trusted e-mail senders.
Although Houston admits that responding to a verification e-mail may be cumbersome to some senders, he says that he does not know of any instance when a sender attempting to contact Taylor Guitars failed to follow through with the verification process.
Taken together, these findings may offer some encouragement for the suggestion that the sender serves some active role in a typical ganzfeld ESP session, particularly given that the experimental manipulations of the independent variable here are rather gross; for example, it does not systematically take into account the possible moderating effect of variables such as the sender-receiver relationship (see Honorton, 1985, but also Bem & Honorton, 1994).
If an e-mail authentication is working, it can prove to the whitelist that the sender is who they say they are.
Damages: Violators are liable in a state court for $500 for each unsolicited fax, or up to $1,500 for "intentional" transmissions, and any recipient can file a suit against the sender.
Features have been introduced that reduce the burden on senders.
A sender from Germany arrived recently in Kosovo to support 1st Battalion, 18th Infantry, soldiers deployed there from Schweinfurt.
I assumed this would take an hour, but it lasted for two hours and could have gone on for six, so animated was the conversation, so high the energy, so full of questions was I, so full of the history of this century was Sender Garlin.
In this technique, researchers remove sensory distractions with the aim of promoting telepathic communication between subjects, called senders and receivers.
Sender, Mendel and their devout sister Rachel (``ER's'' Julianna Margulies, vivid but somewhat underused) close ranks, sort of, to try to bring wild Sonia back into line.
The sender and receiver by definition must communicate with one another at the same place and time.
NEW YORK -- Return Path, the world's leading email certification and reputation monitoring company, today announced the findings from its 2012 Sender Reputation Benchmark Report: The Power to be Heard and Infographic.