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Users are prohibited from engaging in improper use or distribution of electronic mail ("e-mail"). Users are strictly prohibited from engaging in any of the following activities:

Harassment, whether through language, frequency, or size of messages.

Sending unsolicited mass or commercial e-mail ("spamming") for any purpose whatsoever.

Having third parties send out commercial emails on any user's behalf. Using Paradise Technology facilities to receive replies from unsolicited emails (commonly referred to as "drop-box" accounts).

Configuring any email server in such a way that it will accept third party emails for forwarding (commonly known as an "open mail relay"). If a site has roaming users who wish to use a common mail server, the mail server must be configured to require some form of user identification and authorization.

Mass or commercial email may be sent only to recipients who have expressly requested receipt of such e-mails, by the sending of an email request to the person performing the mass or commercial mailings. This exchanging of requests, acknowledgements, and final confirmations (commonly referred to as a "double opt-in" process) must be adhered to in their entirety for any mass or commercial email to be considered "solicited" by Paradise Technology.

Users that send mass or commercial e-mail are required to maintain complete and accurate records of all e-mail subscription requests, specifically including the email and associated headers sent by every subscriber, and to immediately provide Paradise Technology with such records upon request of Paradise Technology. Subscriptions that do not have a specific recipient generated email request associated with them are invalid, and are strictly prohibited.

In the absence of positive, verifiable proof to the contrary, Paradise Technology considers complaints by recipients of e-mails to be de-facto proof that the recipient did not subscribe or otherwise request the e-mail(s) about which a complaint was generated.

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