wjaram Posted January 13, 2005 Share Posted January 13, 2005 I work for a company that provides driving records online for insurance companies. We acquire the driving records directly from the State DMV. We have developed an application that allows us to email our clients to inform them when a state DMV is down and when they come back up. Recently we have decided to re-sell this email service to our own clients. It allows our clients to create an email list and to send an email to that list. We've had this application on production for about 5 months and only recently have we been having a problem with some of our clients sending out unsolicited email. We don't have any intentions of letting anyone use our service to send spam. We have included all requirements mentioned by the can spam act but I know that this is not enough to prevent spam. We are taking a proactive approach to the spam issue and we have gone ahead and terminated our contract with those clients that sent out unsolicited email. Unfortunately, since our clients create their own lists, there is no way to verify if the addresses on those lists have actually opted in and actually requested the emails our clients send out. What can we do to prevent our clients to send out unsolicited email? Is there any way that I can verify that the email addresses on the lists are actual opt ins? If there anything similar to the national do not call registry where I can check which email addresses not to send to? We want to run an honest and legit email service but it's been very difficult for us. Any help that anybody can give me will be much appreciated. Thanks in advance. wjaram Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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