I would like to know what’s the policy of Digital ocean about massive mailing regarding the CAN-SPAM compliance and SPAM fight best practices so as limits related to bandwidth, processing, emails per hour or email per day.
I’m planning to run a group of e-mail servers of my own to provide massive email service to small business and would like to understand how the SPAM compliances are handled since I will be commercially and legally responsible for this and only will be suitable to respond only to legal authorities. Also because for any decision that can affect my future customers I would be the only responsible.
More specifically where Digital Ocean staff has any intervention regarding the responses or actions related to any compliance made by people and/or large ESP providers like Hotmail, Gmail, Yahoo and similar. Also since the IP addresses will be exclusive to my servers what is the Digital Ocean’s position regarding any IP Blacklisted even in the low importance RBLs.
Not that I’m planning to do SPAM, on the opposite is something I’m really careful and need to understand all the things that may or not affect the service I’m going to provide.
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