A quirk in Google's Gmail system that identifies heavy loads of mail from one source as spam again afflicted Harvard users over Thanksgiving weekend, reports the Harvard Law Record. For the second time this year, the Google spam flag appeared to cause significant delays in eMail delivery for users on the Harvard Law School (HLS) and Harvard Faculty of Arts and Sciences networks whose Harvard eMail accounts forward to Google's eMail service, and for Gmail users waiting for eMails from the Harvard network, according to Jason Fuller, Harvard Law School's manager of technology support services. The nature of the problem...

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