We at Internetoffice are proud to support responsible commerce on the Internet – this is represented in our service offerings and unparalleled support. However, it has become apparent that the same environment that has helped this trend take off has also contributed to numerous cases of fraud and abuse of network resources.In particular, “spam” has proven to be a major problem for many of our customers and the Internet at large. Spam is a common slang term referring to the sending of unsolicited email, instant messaging, or other communication to a large group of people at once.Spam is strictly against ourTerms of Service, and will result in the immediate disablement without refund of any customers who are found to have used spam in conjunction with their Internetoffice account.
The following policy dictates in specific terms what is considered acceptable use of bulk email/messaging by Internetoffice:
Mailing list subscriber information must include the date and time that the subscription was confirmed, as well as the IP address of the subscriber at the time of the confirmation.
Lists cannot be procured from outside parties unless the email sender has procured a list from an organization that sells or otherwise shares email distribution lists.
Users cannot populate lists with addresses obtained for a substantially different purpose than was originally disclosed to the user.
All subscriptions must be re-confirmed in the manner described in Subscriptions before being sent bulk email messages.
Users must not modify the headers of any message in such a way that purposefully obfuscates the origin of the message.Undeliverable addresses must be removed from all future mailings after no more than 5 bounces.
Internetofice reserves the right to disable any account at any time should it feel there is a reasonable suspicion that it is being used in conjunction with the practice of spamming.
Customers must substantially address all spam related inquiries by Internetoffice personnel within 48 hours. Failure to respond within a reasonable period of time may result in the disablement of the user’s account.