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 2003.
The CAN-SPAM Act 2003 (Controlling the Assault of Non-Solicited Pornography and Marketing Act)
establishes requirements for those who send commercial email, spells out penalties for spammers
and companies whose products are advertised in spam if they violate the law, and gives consumers
the right to ask emailers to stop spamming them.
The law, which became effective January 1, 2004, covers email whose primary purpose is advertising
or promoting a commercial product or service, including content on a Web site.
The law requires:
- Accurate header information;
- Clear subject lines;
- The implementation of the opt-out mechanism;
- Clear and conspicuous notice that the message is an advertisement;
Our email marketing software doesn't violate the Act.
The full text of the CAN-SPAM Act is available here.