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  2. RocketMail - Wikipedia

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    RocketMail was one of the first major free webmail services. The service was originally a product of Four11 Corporation. For a brief time, RocketMail battled with Hotmail for the number-one spot among free webmail services. Four11, including RocketMail, was acquired by Yahoo! in 1997 for $92 million. Yahoo! assimilated the RocketMail engine. Yahoo!

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    Any signup forms on the landing page should reflect the value of the offer. For example, a free offer or newsletter sign up form may only request an email address, whereas high value offers may have longer forms with more details required. They may also include a relevant image, animation or short video.

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  5. DomainKeys Identified Mail - Wikipedia

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    DomainKeys Identified Mail (DKIM) is an email authentication method designed to detect forged sender addresses in email (email spoofing), a technique often used in phishing and email spam. DKIM allows the receiver to check that an email claimed to have come from a specific domain was indeed authorized by the owner of that domain.

  6. GMX Mail - Wikipedia

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    Email accounts can be registered with a choice of .com, .co.uk and .us, amongst many others. It allows the addition of up to 10 add-on addresses at different GMX domains. Its "mail collector" allows for the collection of email from most free email providers including Yahoo, Live, Hotmail and GMail as well as send mail from these addresses ...

  7. Houston Astros sign stealing scandal - Wikipedia

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    The sign-stealing operations were referred to as "dark arts" within the Astros front office. Diamond's report quoted emails from Luhnow and Astros employees who said Luhnow was not only aware of but also enthusiastic about the sign stealing operations, even though he denied knowledge of them to MLB and in public statements.

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