Zero Spam Tolerance
MapName.com does not send any advertising material, spam or viruses (visit security response) to its clients. MapName.com does not sell any information about its clients to anybody. If you have received a letter that has MapName.com name in its header please pay special attention to the IP address of the sender. Note that the origin of the letter is not from IP addresses of MapName.com.
Brief Explanation of MapName.com Email Forwarding Service
MapName.com clients can not send any email to anybody through our mail servers. MapName.com only accepts emails addressed to its clients only and redirects messages to the destination configured by clients. Relaying through MapName.com servers is prohibited.
MapName.com Ultimate Method to Avoid Spam
MapName.com not only allows you to register a domain name but also provides you with the ultimate method to avoid junk emails. With MapName.com, it is no problem to create as many e-mails associated with your domain name as you would like with no charge at all. At the same time, the real address of your email box is a top secret (moreover, it can be changed at any time to any box without any disruption of services). Thus, it is possible to create certain email address for the correspondence with the certain group of people or certain company or in any other endeavor. This allows our clients complete control over incoming emails and the knowledge of how the information gets to spammers. If certain email address gets clogged with junk messages the email address can be easy deleted or redirected to a black hole (email@example.com).
In addition, MapName.com provides its clients secure web contact form to substitute and hide email address which can be harvested from your web site by robots.
MapName.com Universal Spam Policy
MapName.com encourages you to use our service as long as you abide by the MapName.com Terms of Service and MapName.com prohibition on spamming and unethical marketing activities. The following are some examples of spamming that may violate the Terms of Service and MapName.com Universal Spam Policy:
· Manipulating identifiers, such as email headers, to disguise the origin of any content transmitted to or through MapName.com computer systems.
· Relaying email from a third party's mail servers without the permission of that third party.
· Using or causing to be used MapName.com computer systems to facilitate the transmission of unsolicited or unauthorized material. This includes any promotional materials, URLs, "junk mail," "chain letters," "pyramid schemes," or any other form of unauthorized solicitation that you may upload, post, email, transmit, or otherwise make available.
· Using "robots" or otherwise harvesting other's email addresses from the MapName.com site for purposes of sending unsolicited or unauthorized material.
· Uploading, posting, emailing, or transmitting the same message, URL, or post multiple times.
· Disrupting the normal flow of dialogue, or causing the screen to "scroll" faster than other users of the service are able to type, or otherwise acting in a manner that negatively affects other users' ability to engage in real-time exchanges.
Violations of our Terms of Service or this Universal Spam Policy may result in legal action against you and the termination, without notice, of your MapName.com account and/or anything associated with it, including, but not limited to, email accounts, domain names, home pages, and profiles. Nothing in this policy is intended to grant any right to transmit email to or through MapName.com computer systems. MapName.com does not waive any rights by the failure to enforce this policy in every instance in which it might apply.
NOTICE: Sending unsolicited email advertisements to or through MapName.com computer systems will use or cause to be used MapName.com servers located in California. Any unauthorized use of MapName.com computer systems is a violation of the MapName.com Terms of Service, Universal Spam Policy, and certain federal and state laws, including the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (18 U.S.C. § 1030 et seq.), Section 502 of the California Penal Code, and Section 17538.45 of the California Business and Professions Code. Such violations may subject the sender and his or her agents to civil and criminal penalties.
Please report violations of this Universal Spam Policy.