We have long known the good people over at MailShell, where they are very conscientious developers of anti-spam solutions, and generally all around good net citizens. They are always at the fore of industry collaboration, and take part in such inter-industry dialogue groups as ISIPP’s Email Deliverability Summit (note, this links to a PDF file). In short, they care both about stopping unwanted spam, and making sure that wanted email gets through.
Well, we’ve just learned that MailShell is offering free MailShell anti-spam software to any qualifying non-profit organizations on (and only on, so take note) December 15th. The offering is being conducted through TechSoup.org.
To qualify, you must either be a registered 501(c)(3) non-profit, or qualifying Canadian charity, and you must sign up by December 15th; so don’t delay, sign up today at [Page no longer available – we have linked to the archive.org version instead].
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