Anti spam policy, CAN SPAM Act
A small notice about the proper use of our mass mailing software
You are responsible for any mass e-mail messages that you might send. In most cases, sending unsolicited email is a violation of the law. As software developers, we are not liable for any damages or violations that may occur as a result of your actions.
We retain the right to withhold technical support and other services in case we receive complaints about your improper use of our software. We warn you against sending unsolicited bulk e-mails, hijacking mail server relays, publishing incorrect or illegal information, or performing any other unlawful actions.
We never tolerate any spamming activities involving our software products. Sending unsolicited e-mail messages is prohibited by the End User License Agreement and the U.S. CAN SPAM Act of the year 2004.
You MAY NOT MENTION our software and our web site in your email messages!
CAN SPAM Act
This new law that came in power on 01/01/2004 strictly prohibits sending unwanted e-mail. But it allows you to send group e-mail if you obey the following rules:
- Each message must contain the valid e-mail address of the Sender;
- Each message must contain the unsubscription instructions;
- Group mail must not be sent stealthily;
- Email message must not contain any vulgar or pornographic materials;
- The Sender must not forge information in headers.
The full text of the Can-Spam Act in HTML format you can find here.
How to prevent Spam
Most webmasters receive unsolicited bulk e-mail correspondence because they publish their addresses to make it easier for visitors to contact them.
They need not suffer from spam any more! Especially since there is an excellent utility for hiding email addresses from mail grabbers - TagsLock Pro. This program encrypts email links so that no e-mail grabber currently available on the market can extract such email addresses, even Atomic Email Extractor, one of the best email extractors.