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Spam and bulk email policy
What is HostMonster Spam and bulk email policy?
HostMonster has strict policies against spamming and bulk email. Users who send egregious amounts Spam via email, newsgroups, etc., are not allowed on our servers. If we receive complaints of spamming and bulk email, we will remove you from our network.
To file a spam complaint, please address it to [email protected]. Please include a copy of the email in question, which must include the headers.
Please see our Terms and Conditions for more information.
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