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Mailjet joins M3AAWG




At Mailjet, we take pride in being spam crusaders, in spreading the word about ways to send better email. That’s why we’re especially excited to share that we are now an official member of M3AAWG. M3AAWG (which stands for Messaging, Malware and Mobile Anti-Abuse Working Group) is a global organization that brings cross industry experts, technology and public policy leaders together to work towards eliminating messaging abuse.

As a M3AAWG member, we will be working alongside these leaders to develop and expand on initiatives to fight spam and educate on best practices. This network will strengthen our quest to creating a better inbox experience.

This past week, we flew into San Francisco to attend our first meeting - M3AAWG’s 33rd General Meeting - to learn about and discuss the latest in messaging security. Continue to follow us here or on Twitter @mailjet for more on bot mitigation practices, pending legislation and best practices.

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