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Acceptance of Terms

iMail makes available for use this website and the information posted including software, documentation, and products (collectively, the “Materials”) and various services operated (“Services”), subject to the terms and conditions set forth in these Terms of Use. By accessing or using this website, you are agreeing to the Terms of Use. If any site user breaches any of the Terms of Use, their authorization to use this website automatically terminates and they must immediately destroy any Materials downloaded or printed from the website.


The materials, content, services and software on this site are the protected copyright material and the intellectual property of iMail, unless otherwise noted. No portion of the information contained on this site may be reproduced without the written consent of iMail.

Use of Software and Online Services

The software and services that are made available on and from this website are the copyrighted material and work of iMail and/or its suppliers. You will not be able to download or install any software that is accompanied by or includes an end user license agreement unless you agree to the terms of such end user license agreement. If you do not agree to such terms, you will not be able to use the software. You may view our End User Licensing Agreement here. Unauthorized duplication of software is a Federal crime. The Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA), states “anyone who violates any of the exclusive rights of the copyright owner … is an infringer of the copyright” (Section 501), and sets forth several penalties for such conduct. Those who purchase a license for a copy of software do not have the right to make additional copies without the permission of the copyright owner, except (i) copy the software onto a single computer and (ii) make “another copy for archival purposes only,” which are specifically provided in the Copyright Act (Section 117).