The sun really should set on some email addresses.

The sun never sets on the 250ok empire, but it’s a good idea to actually let the sun set on some email addresses on your mailing lists. In fact, it’s even called “sunsetting,” and it’s a best practice you need to embrace. In the simplest terms, a sunsetting policy refers to the practice of having […]

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