Enforcing anti-spam policies and procedures is a main concern of MssMail. We comply with the Federal Trade Commission’s CAN-SPAM Act of 2003 which establishes requirements for those who send commercial emails.
MssMail makes every effort to see that all emails reach the intended recipient. In compliance with the CAN-SPAM Act of 2003 all recipients of email newsletters or surveys will be given an opt out method to use if they choose to no longer receive the email.
Any violation of the anti-spam policy will be grounds for immediate termination from the use of MssMail or any of its associated products.

Anti SPAM Policy

MssMail clearly forbids the sending of unsolicited email to parties unknown to the sender (SPAM). Any customer determined to be using MssMail for SPAM will have their account subject to immediate termination. MssMail has a no tolerance SPAM policy.
MssMail may only be used in conjunction with e-mail lists for which recipients have voluntarily registered. Sending email to an address obtained without the consent of the addressee is a violation of the MssMail anti-spam policy. You may only send e-mail to customers that have willingly signed up to receive your mailings. Should MssMail receives complaints regarding emails you have sent, your account is subject to immediate termination. Emails can only be sent under your company or organization name. Using any name other than your own is a violation of MssMail anti-spam policy.

Users are responsible for the contents of their email messages and the consequences of any such messages. We do not monitor or edit the contents of email messages sent using MssMail. We do not assume any responsibility or liability for messages. You may not send, post, distribute or disseminate any defamatory, obscene, or otherwise unlawful messages, material or information, including another person's proprietary information (including trademarks, trade secrets, or copyrighted information) without express authorization.

MssMail will cooperate with legal authorities in releasing IP addresses and names of users who are involved in SPAM or other illegal activities.
Below are some indications that you may be sending SPAM:

1. The list used by your company was purchased or rented.
2. General addresses such as:,,, or other general addresses are included in your email list.
3. People who have not agreed to receive email from you are on the list.
4. The originating address or transmission path information has been falsified.
5. A third party email address or domain name is being used without their permission.
6. The subject line contains false or misleading information. © 2007