What the Neo-SpamBlock service offers
Neo-SpamBlock is a service offering the automatic filtering of unsolicited email (spam) that has been sent to the user's ASAHI Net email addresses. The default configuration in place when the service is opened are shown below. It is possible to make changes to Neo-SpamBlock's configuration.
Automated recognition and filtering of unsolicited email takes place resulting in filtered email not being delivered to your ASAHI Net email address.
|Unsolicited Email Folder
||Email that has been recognized as unsolicited is saved into the Unsolicited Email Folder. If the Unsolicited Email Folder is not used, email recognized as unsolicited will be marked so that when you download it you can easily identify it.
||Allows important email to be accepted, unwanted email to be denied. It is possible to do this by the sender's email address or domain name (@domain.com).
Please refer to the following Web page for more about configuring the Neo-SpamBlock settings.
>> Neo-SpamBlock Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
This service does not guarantee the complete filtering of unsolicited email.
It is possible for this service to determine email that is not unsolicited email to be unsolicited email.
Email that has been filtered into the Unsolicited Email Folder will be stored there for 7 days before being purged. We recommend users of the Neo-SpamBlock service frequently check the contents of the Unsolicited Email Folder.
ASAHI Net will bear no responsibility for any loss or damage suffered by the member or any third party for use or non-use of this service, and will not bear the burden of any such loss or damage (Section 16 of ASAHI Net Individual Member Service Agreement, Section 14 of Business Service User Agreement).
Virtual Domain Web Hosting email addresses are not applicable to the Neo-SpamBlock service; please refer to our Super Strong service Web page for a unsolicited email filter that handles Virtual Domain Web Hosting email addresses.
The SpamBlock service closed on 13th November 2008. For details of that service, please visit the SpamBlock Service Web page.