What type of mail does Network Closet reject?
- NetworkCloset.com Mail Servers
- ... will not accept connections from unsecured systems. These include open relays, open proxies, or any other system that has been determined to be available for unauthorized use.
- ... will not accept connections from known SPAM sources.
- ... will not accept connections from systems that use dynamically assigned or residential IP addresses.
- ... will refuse connections from any IP address that does not have reverse DNS (PTR record) and may refuse connections from hosts without a matching DNS A record. See RFC 1912, section 2.1.
- ... will not accept connections from systems that do not send a helo with a valid hostname or domain name.
- ... will refuse bounce messages (i.e. messages with null sender) to more than one recipient. See RFC 2821.
- ... will refuse messages without a valid or properly formatted 'mail from' address.
- ... will refuse messages sent through an http proxy.
- ... may refuse connections from systems that do not accept bounce messages.
- ... may refuse connections from systems that, through their actions, cause a denial of service.
What type of content is not allowed?
- NetworkCloset.com Hosting Customers
- ... are not permitted to host illegal software, music, hacking information or material critical to national security.
- ... are not permitted to host illegal sexual material including child pornography, beastiality, etc.
- ... are not permitted to host content regarding any type of hate speech that can offend or cause violence amoung individuals.
- ... are not permitted to use IRC services on our network. This includes, but is not limited to, the use of IRC clients, server software, bots or anything related to IRC.
- ... shall not utilize our servers or network for hosting, forwarding or manipulating unsolicited emails (SPAM).