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Auckland firm SMX is casting its anti-spam net wider, eyeing up the South Korean, North American and South American markets.

The company, which sells spam and virus filtering services for email and whose investors include Trade Me founder Sam Morgan and The Warehouse founder Sir Stephen Tindall, launched in Australia and Japan this year.

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