The company policy is that inrosoftware.com does not send spam.
Posting of spam using the e-mail address of an INRO employee is fraud. Any misuse of inrosoftware.com addresses is considered fraud, and will be addressed accordingly.
Unsolicited Commercial E-mail, also known as spam, is the mass electronic distribution of unsolicited e-mail to individual e-mail accounts, aliases, or mailing lists and archives. These messages are considered to be a nuisance and their contents can be offensive, illegal, or simply misdirected advertising.
The problem of spam costs money and wastes resources. With conventional junk mail the sender must pay for delivery to recipients. Enormous amounts of unsolicited e-mail and spam are paid for by the recipients in the form of wasted bandwidth and system resources!
At INRO, we use multiple methods to fight spam to protect INRO's computer network and INRO employees:
If you received a message which contains the following, or similar
----- The following addresses had permanent fatal errors -----
(reason: 550 : Client host rejected: Access denied)
then your message was blocked because your e-mail address was found in inrosoftware.com's list of known spammers/abusers. This list is compiled based on spam received at inrosoftware.com.
If you wish to be removed from inrosoftware.com's list of known spammers/abusers, please complete the blocked message form.
If you receive spam from inrosoftware.com, please report the violation to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information about e-mail header analysis, see CERT's Spoofed/Forged Email overview.