Abuse: abuse@secure-dns.net

UCE / SPAM Policy

The abuse and misuse of e-mail is a serious problem, and we will not tolerate it.

Definition of UCE (Unsolicited Commercial E-mail), or SPAM:

For further information on mail abuse, please visit the Mail Abuse Prevention System (MAPS) website.

Repercussions of SPAM:

Across the Web, it is generally accepted that SPAM is an inconsiderate and improper business practice.


SPAM is not only harmful because of its negative impact on consumer attitudes toward us, but also because it can overload our network and resources, especially on our shared (virtual) server environments.

Our Providers:

Since it is unsolicited, users who receive SPAM often become angry and send complaints to our upstream providers. This upsets our providers who abhor SPAM for the same reasons that we do - it causes negative consumer attitudes and drains resources. We strive to maintain favorable business relationships in the Web community and obviously will not allow any practice that threatens these relationships.

Punishment For SPAM:

We reserves the right to terminate, without warning, any account that violates this policy. Usage of our services constitutes acceptance and understanding of this policy.

We reserve the right to decide what it considers "SPAM", "UCE", "mail bombing", or "bulk e-mail", and to determine from all of the evidence whether or not the e-mail recipients were from an "opt-in" e-mail list.

Should you choose to e-mail from one of our servers, especially if you use mailing lists, you must read and adhere to the following guidelines, which are offered as a statement of Internet standards and best current practices for proper mailing list management and preventing e-mail abuse.

Basic Mailing List Management Principles for Preventing Abuse

Mailing lists are an excellent vehicle for distributing focused, targeted information to an interested, receptive audience. Consequently, mailing lists have been used successfully as a highly effective direct marketing tool.

Unfortunately, some marketers misuse mailing lists through a lack of understanding of Internet customs and rules of the forum pertaining to e-mail. Others fail to take adequate precautions to prevent the lists they manage from being used in an abusive manner.

*This SPAM (UCE) Accepted Use Policy and all other of our policies are subject to change without notice.