Asahi Net, Inc.
Asahi Net Inc. believes that unsolicited bulk email (spam) is detrimental to the healthy development of the Internet community and is taking countermeasures against unsolicited email to protect the enjoyment of those using the Internet.
Asahi Net considers the following emails listed below to be unsolicited bulk email.
In compliance with the stipulations on preserving the secrecy of communications and prohibition of censorship based on the Telecommunications Business Act, the following measures shall be implemented to reduce the amount of unsolicited bulk email.
Asahi Net offers the Neo-SpamBlock Service which can be used to block unwanted emails.
In the event Asahi Net’s mail server receives bulk email from the same sender in a short period of time, Asahi Net may block the receipt of such bulk email from said sender temporarily or for a fixed period of time.
Asahi Net Individual Member Service Agreement and Asahi Net Business Service User Agreement both prohibit the sending of unsolicited email. In the event a member is found to be sending unsolicited email, Asahi Net may suspend the use of service of said member, cancel membership of said member, etc.
The domain name of the sender's email address is inspected when an email is received.
Emails are blocked when they are sent from senders with non-existent domain names.
Outbound Port 25 Blocking is a measure to prevent the intentional or unintentional sending of bulk unsolicited email by spammers or those infected by computer viruses without the use of the internet service provider's outgoing email server.
* This is a translation of the original Unsolicited Bulk Email Policy in Japanese. If there is any conflict between the original and the translation, the original shall prevail.