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of IC Group, Inc. Pobox.com is sometimes used to refer to both the
service and its parent company. The company and service were
founded in 1995 by Meng Weng Wong and Reuven Bell while they were
students at the University of Pennsylvania. The service began as an
email aliasing and forwarding solution but has since expanded its
offerings. It is known in the internet community for having
proposed the RFC for SPF, a proposal for fixing SMTP. As an e-mail
service provider, primarily of mail forwarding services, Pobox.com
has a vested interest in reform. The company manages corporate
e-mail and offers spam filtering using RBLs and Cloudmark
Authority. Pobox supports IMAP, like AOL, but unlike many Internet
Service Providers. Meng Weng Wong is a serial entrepreneur. In 1994
he founded pobox.com, an email services company. In 2003 he led the
group that designed the Sender Policy Framework standard (RFC4408)
which was later embraced and extended by Microsoft. In 2005 he
co-founded Karmasphere, a reputation services venture.
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