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Any emailing program that switches between email accounts?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by zonfar, Dec 31, 2011.

  1. zonfar

    zonfar Power Member

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    I'm wondering if anyone knows of a program that switches accounts in between emails for example from a list of emails.

    "account1@yahoo.com" sends email
    "account2@yahoo.com" sends email
    etc...
     
  2. atumra

    atumra Registered Member

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    I don't know if this is apllicable to you
    i googled and found this with a %40 off discount

    bitsdujour . com / software/auto-mail-sender-personal-license/
     
  3. dwindlemeister

    dwindlemeister Newbie

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    Hello BHWorld! First post :D

    Scripts that do this are extremely easy to make using free software. Below I've posted an example. I'm a linux guy, and I like working with bash, even if it's not considered fashionable, but I'm sure it's easy to do in other ways.

    It's easy with gmail or other email that allows free smtp. I think yahoo doesn't allow this without paying last I knew.

    You'll need a bash interpreter to run this... If you don't have linux, you can install cygwin for windows (cygwin . org). It's easy enough to run this on a mac or any platform though.

    Code:
    sender="gmailacct1"
    name="Full Name"
    password="passwordforemailaccts1-5"
    subject="Hey, buy my stuff"
    
    count=1 ; while [ $count -le 100 ] ; do
    
       [ $count -gt 20 ] && sender="gmailacct2"
       [ $count -gt 40 ] && sender="gmailacct3"
       [ $count -gt 60 ] && sender="gmailacct4"
       [ $count -gt 80 ] && sender="gmailacct5"
    
       recipient=`cat recipients.txt |head -n"$count" |tail -n1`
    
       mailsend -smtp smtp.gmail -port 587 -t "$recipient" -f "$from" \
                -sub "$subject" -starttls -auth -user "$from" \
                -pass "$password" -name "$name" < body.txt
    
       count=$((count+1))
       
    done
    


    This script would expect a list of 100+ email addresses, one per line, in a file named "recipients.txt", and would expect to find a block of text in the body.txt file that would contain (you guessed it), the contents of the email body. Then it would send out 20 emails from the first address, the second 20 from the second address, and so on, till all 100 emails were sent.

    Obviously replace password variable with real password for the sending accounts, gmailacct1-5 with complete gmail addresses, and add the missing part for G's smtp server in the -smtp parameter of the mailsend command.

    The program that really drives this is mailsend. I downloaded mailsend1.15b5 (search that filename, it's first result).

    Obviously you'll need a little bit of knowledge about how to install and use scripts as well as the bash interpreter, but these are very easy to learn how to do. Knowing how to write basic scripts is a priceless skill in my opinion, well worth the trouble to learn... can save a lot of money this way instead of always having to buy tools for this or that.

    Remember, 500 emails/day/account is the gmail abuse threshold... :D
     
  4. Emailife

    Emailife Registered Member

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    M*il M*scot does this, just config your smtps, load a chain of 4A Socks and you're good to go.