In the same path as the best email practices on the internet and with respect for the privacy and integrity of its customers, Maildocker openly expresses its antispam commitment.
In compliance with its prevention policy against unsolicited emails, Maildocker declares its intent to prevent, by all means and methods, any kind of spam practices. Maildocker emphasizes constant system monitoring to ensure that every customer follows the Antispam Policy and that they don’t send large amounts of emails without the consent of recipients. Every email message sent via Maildocker platform should contain an opt-out link so the recipient can unsubscribe from your contact list at any time. As a Maildocker’s user, you agree to only upload allowed contacts to your base since purchased data or mailing lists are prohibited. Doing so is spam. Any customer who uses Maildocker infrastructure for spamming will be immediately blocked, and the related account(s) will be disabled with no refund of previously purchased credits.
Take a look at how Maildocker fights spam practices:
Information policy: an explanation to our customers and anyone else who send email about all the issues related both to spam practices and to basic instructions meant to prevent spam from being sent.
Technological policy: antispam tools to our customers in order to encourage them to deploy good email practices.
Punishment policy: contractual clauses that authorize to cancel the provided services to customers who violate this Antispam Policy.
Here are some practices adopted by Maildocker in accordance with its antispam commitment:
Maildocker will automatically send a confirmation email to all new contacts to ask their interest in receiving emails from your company/institution. If a subscriber doesn’t want to be part of your list, it means that he/she will not confirm this authorization. If the subscriber decides to receive your emails, he/she will need to reaffirm his/her interest by confirming the authorization. Therefore, the messages will only be sent to those who are in fact interested in receiving them.
All emails sent via Maildocker should contain an opt-out link allowing recipients to unsubscribe from the list at any time or a permanent exclusion link ("cancel"). Both options must be in an easy, simple and clear way. In case there is no "unsubscribe" link in your emails, our team will block your email as well as your account.
The information in your email footer will be prepared for you in advance through Maildocker. The footer identifies your company as the sender and the responsible for the message content. We also recommend the return email address should be valid. Your recipients in majority will reply to your emails and you should use these responses to improve your future emails and to optimize your results.
All emails sent from Maildocker should contain contact information about your company/institution, including domain name and physical address. By registering on Maildocker, you declare that you have read and agreed to the Terms & Conditions found on the Antispam Policy. In case of any violation of this Antispam Policy implies the blocking of the user’s account and the immediate termination of services. If you know or suspect of any violation of our Antispam Policy, please notify us immediately at: abuse at maildocker.com