These Terms of Service (the “Terms”) describe your legal rights and responsibilities when using the online shared inbox and productivity tools and services provided by June Inc. (the “Services”). These Terms create a legal and binding agreement between June Inc. (“June” or “we”) and the Customer (as further described below) agreeing to be bound by these Terms. A Customer may be referred to herein as the “Customer” or as “you.” Those persons who access the Services using Customer’s account are referred to herein as the “End Users.”
When you sign up for a June account, purchase subscriptions, or accept an invitation to use the Service in conjunction with an individual or team who already has a June account, you are agreeing to these Terms on behalf of the organization you represent. If you are an individual not formally associated with an organization (for example an entrepreneur working with a couple of associates prior to the formation of your company), then you are entering into this Agreement on your own behalf, you are the “Customer” and you will be assigned as the administrator of your account. If you register for the Service using your corporate email domain, then your organization is the “Customer” and can modify or re-assign roles within your account and otherwise exercise the rights granted to the Customer pursuant to these Terms. If your organization, in its role as the Customer, elects to replace you as the administrator of its account, we will provide you with notification of such action and you agree to take any actions reasonably necessary and requested by June or Customer to facilitate such transfer of authority.
IMPORTANT NOTICE: THESE TERMS OF SERVICE CONTAIN A BINDING ARBITRATION CLAUSE (SEE SECTION 16b) THAT GOVERNS HOW CLAIMS YOU HAVE AGAINST JUNE WILL BE RESOLVED. PLEASE READ THIS PROVISION CAREFULLY.
1.1. Access. To access the Services, You must register for a June account by providing your full legal name, a valid email address, and any other information required to complete the registration process. As a general rule, your login details may be used up to a maximum of five concurrent sessions; provided, however, that June may lower this limit at its discretion to address known or suspected issues of inappropriate license sharing. Access to the Services may sometimes be procured via an order form entered into between you and June (an “Order Form”).
You are responsible for ensuring that each of your End Users abides by these Terms at all times in connection with their use of the Services. It is your responsibility to: (a) inform your End Users of any relevant policies, practices and settings that you elect to enforce related to your End Users’ use of the Services; (b) obtain any rights, permissions or consents from your End Users that are necessary for your lawful use of the Service and the collection and processing of Customer Content (as defined in Section 2 below) by June in connection with your use of the Services; and (c) respond to and resolve any dispute between you and any of your End Users related to or based on Customer Content and/or your use of that Customer Content in connection with your use of the Services. You, and not June, are responsible for your End Users’ compliance with your internal policies and procedures.
The Services are not intended for use by those under the age of 16 and You are responsible for ensuring that all End Users are at least 16 years of age.
You and your End Users are responsible for all login credentials, including user names and passwords and June shall not be liable for any damages or losses that may occur as a result of your failure, or the failure of your End Users, to maintain the confidentiality of their login credentials.
You are responsible for notifying us at email@example.com if you become aware of any unauthorized use of or access to your account.
June may communicate with you via email or pushed notifications regarding your account, system updates, or other issues related to your account and may assume that any communications we receive under your account have been submitted by you.
1.2 Acceptable Use. All End Users must comply with the following rules regarding acceptable use of the Services. End Users may not:
End Users may not utilize the Services to carry out, promote or support: