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DNN4Less Anti-Spam Policy

Spamming from DNN4Less is strictly FORBIDDEN.

If you would like to report eMail abuse, please send an eMail to:info @
DNN4Less [dot] com.

If you are caught spamming or otherwise abusing your eMail account privileges, your account will be terminated immediately!

This statement applies to DNN4Less services that display or link to this notice (“Services”). DNN4Less prohibits the use of the Services in any manner associated with the transmission, distribution or delivery of any unsolicited bulk or unsolicited commercial e-mail ("Spam"). You may not use any Services to send Spam. You also may not deliver Spam or cause Spam to be delivered to any of DNN4Less's Services or customers.

In addition, eMail sent, or caused to be sent, to or through the Services may not:

  • Use purchased lists.
  • Use or contain invalid or forged headers.
  • Use or contain invalid or non-existent domain names.
  • Employ any technique to otherwise misrepresent, hide or obscure any information in identifying the point of origin or the transmission path.
  • Use other means of deceptive addressing.
  • Use a third party's internet domain name, or be relayed from or through a third party's equipment, without permission of the third party.
  • Contain false or misleading information in the subject line or otherwise contain false or misleading content.
  • Fail to comply with additional technical standards described below.

DNN4Less does not authorize the harvesting, mining or collection of eMail addresses or other information from or through the Services. DNN4Less does not permit or authorize others to use the Services to collect, compile or obtain any information about DNN4Less’s customers or subscribers, including but not limited to subscriber eMail addresses, which are DNN4Less's confidential and proprietary information. Use of the Services is also subject to the applicable Privacy Statement and Terms of Use.

If DNN4Less believes that unauthorized or improper use is being made of any Service, it may, without notice, take such action as it, in its sole discretion, deems appropriate, including blocking messages from a particular internet domain, mail server or IP address. DNN4Less may immediately terminate any account on any Service which it determines, in its sole discretion, is transmitting or is otherwise connected with any e-mail that violates this policy.

Nothing in this policy is intended to grant any right to transmit or send eMail to, or through, the Services. Failure to enforce this policy in every instance does not amount to a waiver of DNN4Less's rights.

Unauthorized use of the Services in connection with the transmission of unsolicited eMail, including the transmission of eMail in violation of this policy, may result in civil, criminal, or administrative penalties against the sender and those assisting the sender.


Any customer found to be using DNN4Less for spam will have their service immediately terminated.
If you know of or suspect any violators, please notify us immediately at admin @
DNN4Less [dot] net


Definition of Spam

The word "Spam" as applied to eMail means Unsolicited Bulk eMail ("UBE").

Unsolicited means that the Recipient has not granted verifiable permission for the message to be sent. Bulk means that the message is sent as part of a larger collection of messages, all having substantively identical content.

A message is considered Spam only if it is both Unsolicited and Bulk:
  (1) Unsolicited eMail is normal eMail: (examples: first contact enquiries, job enquiries, sales enquiries)
  (2) Bulk eMail is normal eMail: (examples: subscriber newsletters, customer communications, discussion lists)


Technical Definition of Spam

An electronic message is "Spam" if:
  (1) The recipient's personal identity and context are irrelevant because the message is equally applicable to many other potential recipients;


  (2) The recipient has not verifiably granted deliberate, explicit, and still-revocable permission for it to be sent.

Spam is an issue about consent, not content. Whether the UBE message is an advert, a scam, porn, a begging letter or an offer of a free lunch, the content is irrelevant - if the message was sent unsolicited and in bulk then the message is Spam.

Spam is not a sub-set of UBE, it is not "UBE that is also a scam or that doesn't contain an unsubscribe link", all eMail sent unsolicited and in bulk is Spam.

This distinction is important because legislators spend inordinate amounts of time attempting to regulate the content of spam messages, and in doing so come up against free speech issues, without realizing that the spam issue is solely about the delivery method.


Sending Spam violates the Terms of Service/Acceptable Use Policy (ToS/AUP) of almost all Internet Service Providers.

Various jurisdictions have implemented legislation to control what they call "Spam". One particular example is US S.877 (CAN-SPAM 2004). Each law addresses "Spam" in different ways, and as a consequence, often has different definitions of what they cover, whether they call it "Spam" or not. DNN4Less uses the industry standard "unsolicited bulk email" definition which underlines "it's not about content, it's about consent". As such, arguments as to whether UBE messages are covered under CAN-SPAM or are compliant with CAN-SPAM, are entirely irrelevant.

ISP Feedback Loops

DNN4Less participates in all major ISP Feedback Loop (fbl) and is registered with the Network Abuse Clearing House (
Any Feedback complaints will received will forwarded to the senders account.

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