Asahi Net, Inc.
Asahi Net Inc., believes that unsolicited bulk e-mail (spam) is detrimental to the healthy development of the Internet community and enjoyment of those using the Internet, and is taking the following measures to combat it.
Asahi Net considers mail listed below to be unsolicited bulk e-mail.
Based on the Telecommunications Service Law and preserving the secrecy of communications while abiding by regulations prohibiting censorship, the following measures have been implemented to reduce the amount of unsolicited bulk email.
Asahi Net's SpamBlock service gives members the ability to create filters to block unwanted email.
The sending of spam is forbidden by Asahi Net's Individual Member Service Agreement and Business Service User Agreement. Members found to be infringing these membership agreements will have their service stopped and steps will be taken to terminate their membership.
The domain portion of the sender's mail address is inspected at the time of receipt and mail blocked if the domain does not exist.
>> Blocking Receipt of Mail with Invalid Sender's Address
Outbound Port 25 Blocking is a measure to prevent the intentional or unintentional sending of bulk unsolicited email through an Internet provider's Outgoing email server.
>> Outbound Port 25 Blocking