Public Sender Score System (S3) by ESPs for Email Spam Mitigation with Score Management in Mobile Application

Lucky Kannan, Jebakumar R


Many businesses use email as a medium for advertising and they use emails to communicate with their customers. In the email world, the most common issue that remains unresolved even now is spamming or in other terms unsolicited bulk email. Currently, there is no common way to regulate the practices of an email sender. This proposed system is to formulate a protocol common for all the ESPs or inbox providers and a centralized system that will easily find the spammers and block them. By this method, the Email Service Providers (ESPs) or Inbox Providers need not wait for the sender behaviour and then take actions on the sender or sender domain or sender IP address. Instead, they can get the sender history of reputation from blockchain where the ESPs or Inbox Provider provides a score based on the emails they have received from the sender. The ESPs can get the Public Sender Score(S3) from the mobile application or web application which provides the score management user interface and APIs. The email marketers can also monitor their score through the application.


Email; Spam Detection; Sender Score; Reputation System; Blockchain; Mobile Application; Marketing Email

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International Journal of Interactive Mobile Technologies (iJIM) – eISSN: 1865-7923
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