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Brian Adams is at it again. The former cofounder and chief architect at Music Buddha Inc., an intelligent-music recommendation service (see "Have It Your Way," May 2001), has created AntiSpam Personal, an application that features a "challenge and respond system" that works with POP3 and SMTP compliant e-mail services to help fight spam.

Adams is founder of Babastik (www.anti, the Oakland based company that produces the application. Adams, 30, initially created AntiSpam Personal for his grandmother so that she could have an easy-to-use application that quarantines e-mails from unfamiliar senders until verified. His service also provides a "white list" feature that lets users select known e-mail addresses. The product costs $29.95 and is available for download from the Website.
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Title Annotation:Techwatch
Author:Donaldson, Sonya A.
Publication:Black Enterprise
Article Type:Brief Article
Geographic Code:1U9CA
Date:Feb 1, 2004
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