Yes. According to the CAN-SPAM Act, users must be able to opt in or out of receiving non-transactional emails. Non-transactional emails are those that may be considered "bulk" or primarily focused on commercial purposes. These emails are typically one-to-many and are sent to a list of users, and the sender chooses what, when and how to send the content. An example of a non-transactional email in VolunteerHub would be a bulk email sent to all users within a particular user group or registered for events in a particular event group. The Thank You email is also considered a non-transactional email that users can opt out of. Transactional emails, on the other hand, are typically sent to only one user, and/or the recipient has some control over what, when and how content is delivered. In addition, transactional emails typically pertain to one particular event. Transactional emails in VolunteerHub include emails sent on an Event, registration confirmations, password reset requests, and event reminders. Therefore, in order to comply with the CAN-SPAM Act, no non-transactional (bulk) emails or text messages will be sent to users if the two opt-in questions are deleted from the User Form.