Anti-Spam Policy

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Anti-spam policy

1. Introduction

1.1 In the case of an e-mail, “spam” refers to [unsolicited, bulky, or bulk messages, usually sent for commercial purposes].
1.2 We have a zero-tolerance spam policy.

2. Reputation

2.1 This document was created using a template from Docular (https://docular.net).
You must keep the above credit. Using this document without a letter of credit infringes the copyright. However, you can buy an equivalent certificate from us that does not include the credit.

3. Filtering spam

3.1 Our e-mail system automatically scans all incoming [e-mails and other] e-mails and filters out those that look like spam.
3.2 We may also report received e-mails as spam. This can blacklist IP addresses and domain names.

4. Problem with spam filtering

4.1 No mail filtering system is 100% accurate and our system filters out legitimate mail from time to time.
4.2 If you believe that legitimate mail sent by you has been filtered by our system, please inform the recipient of the message by other means.
4.3 The risk of the email being intercepted by spam filters can be reduced as follows:
(a) Send email messages in plain text (instead of HTML or additional HTML);
(b) Remove any e-mail attachments;
(c) Avoid the usual spammer’s Terminology and text style used; and/or
(d) Please make sure your email has been scanned for malware before sending.

5. User spam

5.1 We provide a feature that allows users to send [E-mail] or [Private Message] or [[Message Type]] to other people.
5.2 Users may not use our messaging tool or any of our other services to store, copy, send, transmit, or distribute spam.
5.3 The full terms of use of our messaging tool are set out in [Our Website Terms].

6. Receiving harmful messages from us

6.1 In very rare cases, if you receive any messages from us or use our system to send messages that may be considered spam, please use the details below and we will contact you and investigate the matter.

7. Changes

7.1. We may change this policy at any time by publishing a new version on our website.

8. Our data

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 by:
(a) [e-mail to [the postal address provided above]];
(b) [use the contact form on our website];
(c) [by telephone, [on our website Published contact number]] or
(d) [by e-mail using [the e-mail address published on our website]].
[Other list items]

Free anti-spam policy: when creating instructions

In this document, website or service operators may design their policies on harmful commercial communications (commonly referred to as spam)
While spam filters, whitelists/blacklists, and other technical measures are the most important anti-spam tools, formal anti-spam policies can also help, indicating that operators attach great importance to spam issues.
This policy document begins by stating that spam defamation and spam is not tolerated by operators. It includes the operators’ own spam filtering and reporting systems, misuse of messaging tools by users, and the sending of commercial messages by operators.

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