- Earthlink (7 Oct 1999)
AUP: Acceptable Use Policy
Abuse contact: email@example.com
Earthlink used to be a huge source of spam and open relays, but they have closed them and have started dealing with spammers. They now have an Anti-spam Resource Center and have also won judgements against spammers.
- East Tennessee Network (22 Nov 1997)
AUP: East Tennessee Network System Policies
Abuse contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
No relaying allowed. Period. East Tennessee also performs blocking of spamming domains at both the IP and MTA levels.
- Easyst (22 Nov 1997)
AUP: Easyst.com Policy Page
Abuse contact: email@example.com
All residents and guests of Easyst are asked not to spam in any form. Easyst.com provides help and advice on Internet advertising.
- Eclipse Internet Access (22 Mar 1998)
AUP: Ecplise AUP
Abuse contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Eclipse has disabled relaying on their mail servers and also blocks mail from chronic spam sites. They also train their staff in hunting spammers and on how to complain about spammers.
- Electric Lightwave, Inc. (12 Apr 1998)
AUP: ELI AUP
Abuse contact: email@example.com
Since Electric Lightwave provides services to ISPs and not to end users, they have a "three strikes and you're out" policy with regards to their downstream sites handling spamming incidents.
- Emaildirect (28 Feb 1998)
AUP: Privacy Statement
Abuse contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Emaildirect is an opt-in based e-mailing service. They are not to be confused with emaildirect.net, which is a known spamming site.
- Empire Net (15 Mar 1999)
AUP: Empire Net AUP
Abuse contact: email@example.com
Empire Net subscribes to the RBL and bounces e-mail from addresses without resolvable DNS names.
- emtoo, inc. (17 Jan 1998)
AUP: About Spam
Abuse contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
emtoo won't tolerate their users sending spam, and also provides assistance to any of their users who might be receiving spam.
- Enteract (19 Jul 1997)
AUP: Enteracct's Acceptible Use Policy
Abuse contact: email@example.com
Enteract has a very easy-to-read AUP with links to the Spam Boycott as well as other related sites. This kind of AUP would make for a good template in writing one for your own site!
- Erols (31 May 1997)
AUP: Internet Access Agreement
Abuse contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Erols' abuse contact (hi AB!) is a regular participant on SPAM-L and they maintain blocks against various spamming domains.
- EUnet Communication Services (22 Nov 1996)
Abuse contact: email@example.com
EUnet has a strong anti-spam clause in the T&Cs.
- EUnet Finland Oy (22 Nov 1996)
Abuse contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
EUnet Finland Oy has a strong anti-spam clause in the T&Cs.
- Evocative, Inc. (13 Dec 1997)
Other domain names:
AUP: Evocative AUP
Abuse contact: email@example.com
Evocative has prevented relaying through their systems and blocks IP addresses of known spammers. They also provide consulting services for anti-spam related services.
- Exec-PC Internet (22 Nov 1997)
AUP: ExecPC Techweb: System Policies
Abuse contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Exec PC, the giant 300 node BBS, is also an Internet provider and has a very strong stance against spam. They do not allow relaying and have zero tolerance for spam.
- EXP Internet Services (3 Oct 1997)
AUP: EXP Internet Services AUP
Abuse contact: email@example.com
EXP has a strict AUP and as such, does not tolerate spamming. They also have disabled relaying and engage in IP blocking.
- EYEnet Communications (4 Apr 1998)
AUP: EYEnet Communications AUP
Abuse contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
EYEnet has a very strict policy describing what does and does not constitute unsolicited advertising.