HAL 9000 has disabled relaying and uses IP blocking against spammers.
Spamming from a halden.net account means automatic shutdown of the account.
Note: The AUP is in Norwegian, thanks goes to Andreas Bergstrøm for the translation.
HalHiNet prevents relaying through their systems and also uses address validation on both incoming and outgoing messages. They also block e-mail from known spam domains.
HarborCom has disabled relaying on their systems and subscribes to the MAPS RBL.
As their own mailing lists were recently spammed, Hempnet is now very strict about anyone who might spam from their system.
Highlands prevents relaying and also has a nice anti-spam page at http://www.hinet.net.au/users/spamflame.html. (What other ISP brags about how many spams they've filtered? ;-)
Hiway blocks relaying and blocks IP addresses of various spamming domains.
Spamming from a HoboNet account is grounds for immediate termination without refund.
Since Hotmail offers free e-mail, they are particularly attractive to spammers who are looking to use a return address on their spams. However, Hotmail does not tolerate this and will nuke spammers' accounts without mercy.
HotPOP is a free POP email provider focused on targetted opt-in only emailing. They don't allow anonymous relay, as they use a POP-before-SMTP solution to assure that only members can send email. HotPOP will nuke any account involved in spamming. They also have a webpage that discusses header reading.
They do not relay or allow their users to do so.
Hurricane Electric has been involved with the anti-spam movement for quite some time, ever since one of their clients was revenge spammed. They also will terminate any customer who spamvertises their website from another ISP.
Hypercon expressly prohibits spamming and charges $5.00 per recipient that a spam is sent to.
In addition to having a strongly worded AUP and removing spammers with no warning, HyperMart tracks IP addresses of their members and blocks the IPs of those members who repeatedly sign up and abuse accounts.
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