So, you're not quite sure why you should use Corlive.com
instead of an obsolete e-mail? Then this is the right page.
Let's start with some spam statistics.
(...) Spam is growing, with no signs of abating. The amount of spam users see in their mailboxes is just the tip of the iceberg, since spammers' lists often contain a large percentage of invalid addresses and many spam filters simply delete or reject "obvious spam".
(...) In the year 2007 there were 100 billion SPAM e-mails per day.
Anti-spam techniques and so called "false positives"
What are "false positives"?
The condition in which spam-filtering software will incorrectly identify a legitimate, solicited or expected e-mail as a spam transmission. As spammers use more and more sophisticated methods of averting spam filters, the filters have to adapt to keep the onslaught of spam at bay. While sophisticated spam filters, such as the ones that use Bayesian filtering, are keeping out the overwhelming majority of spam e-mails, some spam still slips past the filters, and unfortunately some legitimate e-mail is incorrectly identified as spam and filtered out.
(...) IT workers are fighting every day to keep spam out of their corporate networks. They're enlisting black lists. They're installing filters. They're educating users.
(...) And while the spam continues to flood in despite their best efforts, another problem is lurking in the shadows. Legitimate email - important email - isn't getting in when it should.
(...) Blocked legitimate email, or false positives, is costing U.S. businesses roughly $3.5 billion this year alone.
(...) E-mails are being lost before you ever see them. When I say “significant,” I don’t mean a few. I mean something like 40%, or even more in some cases. And I’m not talking about losing junk mail. I’m talking about the loss of totally valid, non-spam/non-junk E-mail.
(...) Inadvertently blocking legitimate email is inevitable with spam filtering.
Percentage of false positives and spam caught/not caught at major email services obviously prove you can't use emails for serious tasks.
See daggle.com's case study
(...) Detecting spam based on the content of the e-mail, either by detecting keywords such as "viagra" or by
statistical means, is very popular. Such methods can be very accurate when they are correctly
tuned to the types of legitimate email that an individual gets, but they can also make mistakes
such as detecting the keyword "cialis" in the word "specialist". The content also doesn't determine
whether the email was either unsolicited or bulk, the two key features of spam. So, if a friend sends
you a joke that mentions "viagra", content filters can easily mark it as being spam even though it is
neither unsolicited nor sent in bulk.
In short: e-mail is unreliable, the delivery is not guaranteed, you can never be sure your e-mail will not be blocked by spam filters.
The solution: Corlive.com
At Corlive.com, only humans can send messages. This means there is no such thing as spam, because spam is being sent by computers.
Also, there are no spam filters, because they are not necessary, every message will be delivered.
Presisely, Corlive.com is using CAPTCHA on
the contact pages for all the users, who are sending more messages than an average user. This means, most
of the users don't see any CAPTCHA, only those suspected of sending spam do, and are required to answer it.
Register now (free).