ZaneK writes "Internet Retailer reports that "e-mail marketers" are having a harder time reaching their victims because more ISPs are implementing bandwidth throttling and rate limiting. From the article: "E-mail sent by marketers attempting to open too many concurrent SMTP connections or sending too many messages in too short of a period can result in 'time-out' errors or 'delays' at broadband providers." " Why do I get the feeling that not too many people are going to be too upset about this one?
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