Fair Usage Policy

  1. CFTS offer unlimited web space and bandwidth with some account types. By this, we mean unlimited space for legitimate web site content and bandwidth for visitors to view it.
  2. Sites should not contain any material which does not comply with our content guidelines outlined in the Acceptable Use Policy.
  3. CFTS provides unlimited, burstable bandwidth and Burstable RAM with some of the services and for these resources, we require that you do not continuously use an unreasonable excess of such resources use of resources in a temporary, burstable fashion is acceptable.
  4. CFTS offer large numbers of mailboxes with some account types subject to fair use policy.
    1. Mailboxes are intended for direct use by the package owner and should not be resold or offered for use by third parties.
    2. 100 e-mails per hour, is the limit imposed for all domains unless otherwise agreed.
    3. Should the number of active mailboxes assigned to an individual hosted website exceed 100, we reserve the right to restrict the number of mailboxes included in the package price.
    4. CFTS reserve the right to delete mailboxes (including contents) that are deemed inactive, i.e. have not been accessed within the last 180 days.
  5. Hosted files
    1. You may not use the Services as a file backup store.
    2. User-generated backups must be immediately downloaded to the client's local storage followed by immediate removal from the server in order to not occupy the underlying file system.
    3. All files uploaded to a domain on our servers must be visible and accessible by visiting that domain unless they are hidden files needed to operate the website.
    4. All files on a domain must be part of the active website hosted on our servers and linked to the site.
  6. You may not offer HTTP downloads from your site, other than where the files are directly related to the subject matter of the site. We recommend you stream any multimedia content including audio and video files.
  7. CFTS reserves the right to archive any downloaded content we do not believe to be necessary for the normal operation of the site, and the definition of this is entirely at the discretion of CFTS
on Friday October 04 by Peter Atkin
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