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Agari: United With Email Senders & Receivers of the World

Agari November 30, 2011 Email Security
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Welcome to the Agari Blog!

As you’ve probably learned by now, Agari launched earlier this week with remarkable reception as the world’s largest brands, email carriers, and technology partners joined together to put and end to phishing and fraud. The first one billion mailboxes in the AGARI Email Trust Network at AOL, Google, Microsoft, and Yahoo! enjoy protection from brand imposters.

This is huge news and the dawning of a new era for Email. That said, it’s only the beginning. We have amazing things planned for the upcoming year and beyond. The Agari blog is going to highlight each and everyone of these milestones. Big announcements. Cutting-edge innovations. New standards. Industry analysis. Agari plans to be at the center of this transformation and we look forward to documenting our email (r)evolution with you.

 

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