What Does CANSpam require an autoresponder message have?

by Rob D 5 replies
As per the title - what do I need to comply?
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      Thanks Chris.
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  • Originally Posted by Rob D View Post

    As per the title - what do I need to comply?
    It pretty much boils down to these 2.

    1. A way to unsubscribe/remove themselves from your list.
    2. A real address

    Hope that helps?

    Take Care,

    Michael Silvester
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    • Profile picture of the author Adeel_Chowdhry
      Originally Posted by Michael Silvester View Post

      It pretty much boils down to these 2.

      1. A way to unsubscribe/remove themselves from your list.
      2. A real address

      Hope that helps?

      Take Care,

      Michael Silvester
      I think that's pretty much it too.

      - Valid PHYSICAL postal address
      - A way to remove people from your list (either automatically or manually).

      Adeel
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      • Profile picture of the author DeenaEsq
        It also requires that you clearly and conspicuously identify the email as an advertisement. You must also have accurate header information (from:, to:, etc.) and routing information. Further, it requires that your subject lines not be misleading as to the content of the message (this is a biggie with the FTC).

        If you have other questions, let me know.

        Deena
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