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  • n. Plural form of bounceback.


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  • I began receiving 'bouncebacks' a couple of weeks ago, but paid them little mind.

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  • There are no bouncebacks to the sender or messages to the receiver that this is happening.

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  • Under the standard definition for SMTP traffic servers are allowed to deliver delayed bouncebacks.

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  • Whirlpool: One area in particular that SpamCop poses a problem is with delayed bouncebacks.

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  • Post-downturn profit bouncebacks have a bigger impact than at large companies.

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  • Smart explained that spammers are optimising their targeting with more accurate email lists, and are seeing a reduction in the number of bouncebacks after recent mass mailing campaigns.

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  • The recovery against Mirko was only one of several epic bouncebacks by Fedor: Kevin Randleman suplexing him onto his neck only to be kimura'd seconds later; Kazuyuki Fujita wobbling Fedor with a huge punch only to eat a KO barrage; Mark Hunt keylocking Fedor beyond the point of pain and almost to injury before tapping out to a kimura himself.

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  • (Incidentally, other good candidates for luck-related bouncebacks this year were LSU and Washington).

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  • IDC Report: Business intelligence, data warehousing and analytics applications Incorporating data loss prevention into daily business operations: How Microsoft did it Socrates on Exposed Christians a reminder for the use of multiple site passwords: on 100 e-mail bouncebacks?

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  • Even with recent bouncebacks, those declines suggest there could be plenty of upside left in many supposedly defensive stocks.

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