IDEAWIRE EMAIL ACCEPTABLE USE POLICY (AUP)

Ideawire has provided eIdeawire Mail Services for over a decade and in 2008, partnered with industry leader Rackspace in providing quality eIdeawire Mail Services to its clients. The following are Ideawire and/or Rackspace's Acceptable Use Policy all clients agree to when using Ideawire's DataHost services.

This AUP is incorporated by reference in your Services with Ideawire and your services may be suspended or terminated for violation of this AUP in accordance with the Master Services Agreement

Ideawire and/or Rackspace may block mail that violates this AUP. In addition, your Services may be suspended or terminated for violation of this AUP in accordance with the Master Services Agreement. Ideawire may charge you its hourly rate for AUP breach recovery (currently $250.00) plus the cost of equipment and material needed to (i) investigate or otherwise respond to any suspected violation of this AUP, (ii) remedy any harm caused to Ideawire or any of its customers by the violation of this AUP, (iii) respond to complaints, including complaints under the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, (iv) respond to subpoenas and other third party requests for information as described in the Master Services Agreement, and (v) have Ideawire's Internet Protocol numbers removed from any abuse database. No credit will be available under your Ideawire Service Level Agreement for interruptions of service resulting from AUP violations.

Bulk Mail
Note: It is important you are familiar with and follow the rules of the CAN-SPAM Act of 2003 when sending bulk email. Additionallly, it is not proper to use client mail programs (such as Outlook) to send bulk email, as these programs inherently do not follow CAN-SPAM rules. They also do not follow practices that are followed in sending email in groups, and therefore leave your messages vulnerable to being blocked. You should use bulk email programs and services to send bulk email. In addition, the following are Ideawire's policies and terms for Bulk Email:

You may not use your Ideawire Mail Service to send Bulk Mail. "Bulk Mail" means email messages of similar content that are sent to more than two hundred and fifty (250) recipients. Attempts to circumvent this restriction by breaking up bulk email over time, using multiple accounts, or other means will be a violation of this restriction.

You may not use a third party other than an authorized Ideawire and/or Rackspace partner to send Bulk Mail that references a Ideawire Mail Service email address or that has a Ideawire Mail Service return email address.

You may not intentionally use your Ideawire Mail Service for the purpose of receiving bulk email from others. For example, you may not submit any Ideawire Mail Service email address to a "Safelist" or "Free for All" (FFA) list.

Mail messages sent to other users within your domain names hosted on the Ideawire and/or Rackspace system are not Bulk Mail.

Unsolicited Mail
You may not send unsolicited email. Email is unsolicited if you have no pre-existing relationship with the recipient, unless the recipient has published or otherwise provided or his or her email address in a manner which implies consent to receive the email.
Message Source

You may not obscure the source of your email in any manner, including by intentionally omitting, forging, or misrepresenting messages headers or return addresses.

Offensive Content
You may not use the Ideawire Mail Services to distribute content or links to content that Ideawire and/or Rackspace reasonably believes:

* constitutes, depicts, fosters, promotes or relates in any manner to child pornography, bestiality, or non-consensual sex acts;
* is excessively violent, incites violence, threatens violence or contains harassing content or hate speech;
* is unfair or deceptive under the consumer protection laws of any jurisdiction, including chain letters and pyramid schemes;
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is defamatory or violates a person's privacy; creates a risk to a person's safety or health,
* creates a risk to public safety or health, compromises national security or interferes with a investigation by law enforcement;
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improperly exposes trade secrets or other confidential or proprietary information of another person;
* is intended to assist others in defeating technical copyright protections;
* infringes on another person's copyright, trade or service mark, patent or other property right;
* promotes illegal drugs, violates export control laws, relates to illegal gambling or illegal arms trafficking;
* is otherwise illegal or solicits conduct that is illegal under laws applicable to you or to Ideawire and/or Rackspace;
* is otherwise malicious or fraudulent, or may result in retaliation against Ideawire and/or Rackspace by offended recipients;
* or is intended to harass or threaten. You may not send email of any kind to a person who has indicated that they do not wish to receive it.

Security
You may not probe, scan, or test Ideawire and/or Rackspace's systems for vulnerabilities. You may not violate or attempt to violate Ideawire and/or Rackspace's security measures. You may not use Ideawire and/or Rackspace's services to probe, scan or test a third party's systems for vulnerabilities, or to violate or attempt to violate a third party's security measures. Examples of security violations are: (i) attempting to access data not intended for your use; (ii) attempting to log into an account that you are not authorized to access; (iii) attempting to obtain services you have not paid for (including Ideawire and/or Rackspace Services); (iv) attempting to discover another person's authentication information; and (v) interfering with another user's use of the Services.

You must use reasonable security precautions in connection with your use of the Services, such as a desktop virus scanner and firewall. If your Service is exploited by a third party, Ideawire and/or Rackspace may suspend your Services until the vulnerability is addressed. For example, Ideawire and/or Rackspace may suspend your Ideawire Mail Service if you are distributing a virus, even if you are unaware that you are distributing a virus.

System Abuse
You may not use the Ideawire Mail Services in a way that creates technical disturbances for other Ideawire and/or Rackspace customers or for the Ideawire and/or Rackspace systems generally. In addition:

* No Shared Mailboxes - each mailbox may be used by one natural person at a time. Attempts to log into a single mailbox simultaneously from more than one computer are prohibited. You may not use automated tools such as "Fetchmail" or "Microsoft Exchange Connector" to virtualize one mailbox into multiple mailboxes.
* Automated Use - mailboxes are not intended for automated use such as sending emails from web servers, or receiving emails by automated programs. However, such use is permitted provided Customer does not violate this AUP. Ideawire and/or Rackspace does not provide technical support for this type of use.

Blacklisting/Retaliation
Ideawire and/or Rackspace may terminate your Services if your email address or related IP number(s) is/are blacklisted by any third party, or Ideawire and/or Rackspace is retaliated against as a result of your email, regardless of whether you are in breach of this AUP or are otherwise at fault.

Third Party Mail Marketing
You may not use your Ideawire Mail Service to send Bulk Mail (defined above) except via a mail marketing service that we have approved in advance. You must comply with the CAN-SPAM Act of 2003 and other laws and regulations applicable to bulk and commercial mail. In addition, you must meet all of the following requirements:
* The mail may be sent only to individuals who have affirmatively indicated they wish to receive it;
* Your procedures for seeking consent include reasonable means to ensure that the person giving consent is the owner of the email address for which consent is given;
* You retain evidence of each recipient's consent in a form that can be promptly produced on request, and you honor the recipient's and Ideawire and/or Rackspace's requests to produce consent evidence within 72 hours of receipt of the request.
* You have procedures in place that allow a recipient to revoke their consent – such as a link in the body of the email, or instructions to reply with the word "Remove" in the subject line; you honor revocations of consent within 48 hours, and you notify recipients that the revocation of their consent will be implemented within 48 hours;
* You have procedures in place to prevent you from adding to a list a recipient who has previously revoked their consent;
* You must post an email address for complaints (such as abuse@yourdoman.com) in a conspicuous place on any website associated with the email, you must register that address at abuse.net, and you must promptly respond to messages sent to that address;
* You must have a Privacy Policy posted for each domain associated with the mailing;
* The subject line of the email must clearly describe the subject matter contained in the email, and the message must include valid contact information, including your physical address;
* You have the means to track anonymous complaints; and
* You must not attempt to send any message to an email address if 3 consecutive delivery rejections have occurred and the time between the third rejection and the first rejection is longer than fifteen days.

These requirements apply to distribution lists created by third parties to the same extent as if the list were created by you.

You may not use a third party eIdeawire Mail Service that does not practice similar procedures for all of its customers.

Ideawire and/or Rackspace may test and otherwise monitor your compliance with these requirements and may require you to seek advance approval for any Bulk Mail. Ideawire and/or Rackspace may throttle your mailing if your Bulk Mail is generating excess bounced messages.

Modification of Terms of Service
Ideawire may modify this Agreement at any time. Customer can reference http://www.ideawire.com/policies for the most current version of this Agreement. Ideawire will provide the date for the most recent modifications on the website. The Customer's continued exercise of the rights provided by this Agreement will constitute an affirmative acknowledgement by the Customer that the Customer has read, understands and agrees with such modification at which time the modification shall be considered part of this Agreement.

November 11, 2008