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Anoynmous Email - Can anyone help?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by grahamg, Nov 5, 2013.

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  1. grahamg

    grahamg Junior Member

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    I am looking to use gmail for a marketing plan, I have 4 gmail accounts that I have sent through 30-50 emails each and hit the daily limit! But I need to send emails anonymously, so not to get my IP banned.

    My ISP IP address is showing up after 3 days of emailing out 600 emails total! So I need to hide my IP so my ISP does not ban me, what are the options open to me, apart from not sending emails :)

    I have heard of Hidemyass VPN, but does it work??

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    You could use a VPN, or you can buy a proxy subscription and then use the proxies to send out the email. That way your personal IP will not show up in the mail headers. If you're sending the mail manually then you'd want to enter the proxy into your browser or whatever software you're using. That will route the mail through that proxy instead of your own IP.
     
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    Thank you, but would it display the IP of my ISP?? Can you recommend any VPN services?

    Again thank you.

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    It will not show your ISP's IP address. It will only show the private proxy or VPN's IP address. For suppliers have a look in the marketplace here, http://www.blackhatworld.com/blackhat-seo/f73-marketplace/ and you should be able to find plenty to choose from. If you're concerned about if they'll allow it make sure your read the TOS or at least the FAQ first to see and if you're still not sure then just message someone at the company you choose and see. It'll save you a lot of headaches later if you take that last step. You don't have to tell them exactly what you're doing but if you can give them a general idea they can probably give you the thumbs up or down before you even get started. That way you don't waste your money, only to find out they don't allow any mailing of any kind of something like that.
     
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  6. grahamg

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    I have tried a VPN, added my smtp servers to the whitelist but still the software does not run - all emails fail! I have spoken to support for the software and they tell me to try a VPS - would this work as they seem to give conflicting advice! To run the software on the VPS.
     
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    Hmmm.... Gmail allows 500 emails a day, per account. Not sure why 30 would trigger a limit - unless you had a lot bounced back? In which case, just run them through a verifier first.