Unsolicited Email Sample Clauses

Unsolicited Email. The use of the Services and/or Third Party Services to send or receive mass unsolicited email ("SPAM"). This prohibition includes the direct sending and receiving of such messages, support of such messages via web page, splash page or other related sites, or the advertisement of such services. The falsifying of packet header, sender, or user information whether in whole or in part to mask the identity of the sender, originator or point of origin or knowingly deleting any author attributions, legal notices or proprietary designations or labels in a file that the Customer mails or sends.
Unsolicited Email. You are expressly prohibited from sending the same or substantially similar unsolicited electronic mail message, whether commercial or not, to one hundred (100) or more recipients, and from posting to a newsgroup, bulletin board, or message board, the same or substantially similar unsolicited note, whether commercial or not, ten or more times per day through the use of the Service, SBC Yahoo!'s equipment, or in connection with any SBC Yahoo! email address, SBC Yahoo! domain name, or any SBC Yahoo! trademark or service mark. For each day that this provision is violated, SBC Yahoo! may assess a charge of $50.00 per day for unintentional violations and $500.00 per day for deliberate or repeated violations. Neither SBC Yahoo!'s demand, nor payment of these charges, will prevent SBC Yahoo! from terminating your Member Account (or any Sub Account connected to your Member Account) or pursuing other legal remedies SBC Yahoo! may have at law or in equity, including, without limitation, a lawsuit for monetary damages or obtaining an injunction or other forms of equitable relief. SBC Yahoo! will not be liable for its failure to enforce this restriction. Further, failure to enforce this restriction in one or more instances will not constitute a waiver of any or all of SBC Yahoo!'s rights to enforce this restriction with respect to subsequent violations.
Unsolicited Email. Unless STATE TEL ON-LINE / FASTTRAK DSL otherwise agrees with you, you may not send (i) a piece of unsolicited commercial email to any person; or (ii) any other email to more than 10 people if such email could reasonably be expected to provoke complaints from its recipients (collectively “Unsolicited Email”). Also, you shall not send Unsolicited Email by using the email servers of another Internet provider and channeling such activities through State Tel On-line / Fasttrak DSL account or email, using State Tel On-line / Fasttrak DSL account as a maildrop for responses, or in any way indicating to recipients that STATE TEL ON-LINE / FASTTRAK DSL was involved in the transmission of Unsolicited Email. STATE TEL ON-LINE / FASTTRAK DSL reserves the right not to deliver any outbound email that you address and send to more than 10 recipients in one mailing, or that STATE TEL ON-LINE / FASTTRAK DSL believes in any other way violates these Restrictions. STATE TEL ON-LINE / FASTTRAK DSL also reserves the right to block, filter, or delete any Unsolicited Email.‌
Unsolicited Email. 20.1 Be aware that “User” is solely responsible for the messages you send. In many cases sending unsolicited email (AKA Spam) is in violation of the law, and you will be solely accountable and liable for damages and violations.
Unsolicited Email. The sending or receiving of mass unsolicited email (SPAM) is a direct violation. This includes the direct sending and receiving of such messages, support of such messages via web page, splash page or other related sites, or the advertisement of such services.
Unsolicited Email. You agree not to use the Discussions or any other area of the Sites to send the same or substantially similar unsolicited electronic mail messages, whether commercial or not, to a large number of recipients. This prohibition includes sending unsolicited mass mailings from another Internet service which in any way involves the use of the Sites or any equipment owned or operated by Covenant Family Ministries, Inc. in connection with the Sites. A message is unsolicited if it is posted in violation of a USENET or newsgroup charter and/or if it is sent to a recipient who has not requested or invited the message. For purposes of this provision, merely making one's e-mail address accessible to the public shall not constitute a request or invitation to receive messages.

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