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June 23, 2009

Five email safety tips everyone should follow

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Instant messaging, texting, and tweeting are all the rage, yet e-mail still dominates the communication landscape--at home, but especially in business. Unfortunately, many people, even IT pros, still ignore the basics of email security. Bill Detwiler goes over five basic email safety tips that everyone should follow.

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