1.1 In electronic messaging, the term “spam” refers to [mass or indiscriminate spontaneous messages sent for commercial purposes].
1.2 We have a zero-tolerance anti-spam policy.
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3. Spam filtering
3.1 Our mail system will automatically scan all incoming mails (emails and other emails) and filter emails that appear to be spam.
3.2 We may also mark received emails as spam. This may cause IP addresses and domain names to be blacklisted.
4. The problem of spam filtering
4.1 No mail filtering system is 100% accurate. Our system filters legitimate mails from time to time.
4.2 If you believe that the legitimate email you sent has been filtered by our system, please notify the recipient of the email by other means.
4.3 You can reduce the risk of email interception by spam filters by the following methods:
(a) Send the email in plain text format (rather than HTML or additional HTML);
(b) Remove attachments from the email;
(c) avoid the terminology and style of text commonly used by spammers; and/or
(d) ensure that your messages are scanned for malware before they are sent.
5. User spam
5.1 We provide a feature that allows users to send [emails] OR [private messages] OR [[message type (s)]] to others.
5.2 Users should not use our messaging service or any of our other services to store, copy, send, relay, or distribute spam.
5.3 Full provisions for the use of our messaging service are set out in [our website terms and conditions of use].
6. Receipt of unwanted messages from us
6.1 In the unlikely event that you receive a message from us or sent using our systems that could be considered spam, please contact us using the contact details below and below. the case will be investigated.
7.1 We may change this policy at any time by posting a new version on our website.
8. Our Contact Information
8.1 This website is owned and operated by [name].
8.2 Our principal place of business is at [address].
8.3 You can contact us:
(a) [by post, at [the postal address indicated above]];
(b) [using the contact form on our website];
(c) [by phone, at [the contact number published on our website] ]; or
(d) [by e-mail, using the [email address published on our website] ].
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Free Anti-Spam Policy: Writing Notes
In this document, a website or service operator may define its policies on unwanted commercial communications, commonly referred to as spam.
While spam filters, whitelists/blacklists, and other technical measures are the most important anti-spam tools, a formal anti-spam policy can also help, demonstrating that the operator takes spam issues into account. serious.
This policy document opens with a defamation of spam and a claim that the operator does not tolerate spam. It covers operators Its own spam filtering and reporting system, users abuse messaging functions and operators send commercial messages.