New CAN-SPAM Rules Effective This Month Require Single Action Opt-Out, Designated Senders, and More

New CAN-SPAM Rules Effective This Month Require Single Action Opt-Out, Designated Senders, and More

Four new rules have been issued by the Federal Trade Commission which augment and amend the CAN-SPAM Act of 2003. These four new rules amending the CAN SPAM Act take effect this month (June, 2008), and affect all senders of commercial email who have an email list of any size. Here’s what the new CANSPAM Act rules are. For a full explanation of what you must do in order to comply with the new rules (including the complicated “Designated Sender” rule), you can download a recording of ISIPP’s teleseminar, describing the rules and how to comply in detail, for just $39.97. [Download the recording of the CAN-SPAM Act of 2003 new rules teleseminar here! $39.97, 49 minutes long]

Gmail Available in Many Different Languages

Gmail Available in Many Different Languages

Did you know that people from all over the world use Google Gmail, and not all people want to (or can) use Gmail in English? Welcome to Gmail for the global community, because Gmail . com is now distinctly international. Why have your Gmail sign in greet you in English when your Gmail .com account can be set up for any one of dozens of languages? Quiere correo Gmail? No problema! In fact, the top searches relating to Gmail these days are in foreign languages! Speaking of which, can anybody tell us what these mean?: gmail ustvari nov naslov, gmail geslo, gmail prijava geslo, gmail raziskovalec, gmail sprememba gesla, pozabljeno geslo za gmail, zamenjati geslo gmail, sprememba gesla gmail, gmail prijava, gesla gmail, prijava v gmail, or ustvari gmail?