- HAL 9000 (27 Dec 1997)
AUP: HAL9K.COM System Abuse Policy
Abuse contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
HAL 9000 has disabled relaying and uses IP blocking against spammers.
- Halden.net (21 Mar 1999)
Abuse contact: email@example.com
Spamming from a halden.net account means automatic shutdown of the account.
Note: The AUP is in Norwegian, thanks goes to Andreas Bergstrøm for the translation.
- HalHiNet (22 Nov 1997)
AUP: HalHiNet Spam Page
Abuse contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
HalHiNet prevents relaying through their systems and also uses address validation on both incoming and outgoing messages. They also block e-mail from known spam domains.
- Harbor Communications (27 Dec 1997)
AUP: HarborCom TOS
Abuse contact: email@example.com
HarborCom has disabled relaying on their systems and subscribes to the MAPS RBL.
- HempNet (4 July 1997)
AUP: Policies and Terms of Service
Abuse contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
As their own mailing lists were recently spammed, Hempnet is now very strict about anyone who might spam from their system.
- Highlands Internet (13 Dec 1997)
AUP: Highlands Internet AUP
Abuse contact: email@example.com
Highlands prevents relaying and also has a nice anti-spam page at http://www.hinet.net.au/users/spamflame.html. (What other ISP brags about how many spams they've filtered? ;-)
- Hiway Technologies, Inc. (27 Dec 1997)
AUP: Hiway Technologies AUP
Abuse contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hiway blocks relaying and blocks IP addresses of various spamming domains.
- HoboNet Internet Service (2 Apr 1998)
AUP: Subscriber Agreement
Abuse contact: email@example.com
Spamming from a HoboNet account is grounds for immediate termination without refund.
- Hotmail (26 Aug 1997)
AUP: Hotmail Terms of Service
Abuse contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Since Hotmail offers free e-mail, they are particularly attractive to spammers who are looking to use a return address on their spams. However, Hotmail does not tolerate this and will nuke spammers' accounts without mercy.
- HotPOP (14 Apr 1999)
AUP: Terms of Service
Abuse contact: email@example.com
HotPOP is a free POP email provider focused on targetted opt-in only emailing. They don't allow anonymous relay, as they use a POP-before-SMTP solution to assure that only members can send email. HotPOP will nuke any account involved in spamming. They also have a webpage that discusses header reading.
- Hull Technologies (10 Apr 1999)
AUP: Acceptable Use Policy
Abuse contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
They do not relay or allow their users to do so.
- Hurricane Electric (20 Jun 1999)
AUP: Terms of Service for Web Accounts
Abuse contact: email@example.com
Hurricane Electric has been involved with the anti-spam movement for quite some time, ever since one of their clients was revenge spammed. They also will terminate any customer who spamvertises their website from another ISP.
- Hypercon, Inc. (5 May 1999)
AUP: Subscription and Use Agreement
Abuse contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Hypercon expressly prohibits spamming and charges $5.00 per recipient that a spam is sent to.
- HyperMart (21 Feb 1999)
AUP: HyperMart: Spam Policy
Abuse contact: email@example.com
In addition to having a strongly worded AUP and removing spammers with no warning, HyperMart tracks IP addresses of their members and blocks the IPs of those members who repeatedly sign up and abuse accounts.