Email Spamming

Act of sending spam/unsolicited emailing of company “introductory letters” or “marketing/promotional emails” is strictly prohibited on our servers. Under GDPR Article 21, organizations cannot send marketing emails without consent unless the individual has specifically consented. The datacenter takes zero tolerance against sending spam to purchased lists or safe lists searched from google or related websites. You can send promotional emails to only “double opt-in list (DOI)” (this means a user has subscribed for a newsletter or other email marketing messages by explicitly requesting it and confirming the email address to be their own).

Websites advertised via spam (Spamvertising) is also strictly prohibited and may not be hosted on our servers. If you are sending marketing/promotional emails from different domain or googlegroups to promote primary website hosted on our server may lead to blacklist the domain/server upon recipients’ complains. Any User account which results in our IP space being blacklisted will be immediately suspended and/or terminated.

Service suspension due to sending spam/unsolicited emails is not limited to datacenter, your Domain Registry can also suspend the domain due to zero tolerance spam policy. Domain Registrar maintain a zero tolerance policy for use of its network or services in any manner associated with the transmission, distribution or delivery of any bulk e-mail, including unsolicited bulk or unsolicited commercial e-mail, or the sending, assisting, or commissioning the transmission of commercial e-mail that does not comply with the U.S. CAN-SPAM Act of 2003 (“SPAM”).

Our datacenter has a policy of limited 100 solicited emails from one domain per hour and If you will try to send more than 100 emails /hr then emails will start bouncing with following message.
Domain has exceeded the max emails per hour (100/100) allowed. Message will be reattempted later.

For detailed information you can read our Acceptable Use Policy (AUP) at following link.

If you have any further questions then feel free to write back: helpdesk (at)