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Auto Responder for Gmails?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by just-buyin-stuff, Apr 15, 2014.

  1. just-buyin-stuff

    just-buyin-stuff Registered Member

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    I've tried responderking and it does nothing but keep finding new ways to screw up. Bhar doesn't list that it works with gmails and I'm not spending $75 to find out. Nevermind the fact the last time I seen it the gui was a confusing mess. So those 2 are out.

    So does anyone know of any others out there that actually work with gmail?
     
  2. Paper-Boy

    Paper-Boy Elite Member

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    I'd be interested in finding one as well. Have you contacted the owner of responderking? he's usually a helpful guy from my experience.
     
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    bartosimpsonio Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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  4. helloboy111

    helloboy111 Newbie

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    Try the automatic vacation responder from gmail. It works for me. Unfortunately i can't post urls but a quick google search should work :)
     
  5. Egarrage

    Egarrage Registered Member

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    Any stand alone responder that can use IMAP and POP3 severs should be able to use gmail just fine.
     
  6. HANSJORG2

    HANSJORG2 BANNED BANNED

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    Here is for G-Mail:
    http://www.maketecheasier.com/auto-reply-email-messages-using-gmail-canned-responses/

    Here is for Outlook:


    • In Outlook 2010:
      • Go to the Home tab.
      • Click Rules.
      • Select Manage Rules & Alerts... from the menu that comes up.
    • In Outlook 2003:
      • Select Tools | Rules and Alerts... from the menu in the main Outlook window.
    • Click New Rule....
    • In Outlook 2010:
      • Make sure Apply rule on messages I receive is selected under Start from a blank rule.
    • In Outlook 2003:
      • Click Start from a blank rule.
      • Make sure Check messages when they arrive is selected.
    • Click Next >.
    • Check Where my name is in the To box under Select condition(s).
      • Alternatively, you can leave all boxes unchecked to make the auto-responder reply to all incoming mail.
    • Click Next >.
    • Check reply using a specific template under Select action(s).
    • Click on a specific template under Edit the rule description.
    • Select User Templates in File System under Look In:.
    • Highlight the template created before.
    • Click Open.
    • Click Next >.
    • Check Except if it is an Out of Office message under Select exception(s).
    • Click Next >.
    • Type the desired name for your auto-responding filter under Specify a name for this rule.
    • Optionally, check Create this rule on all accounts.
      • Keep in mind, though, that filters do not work with Hotmail and other HTTP accounts (for which this checkbox will not create them).
    • Click Finish.
    • Click OK.
     
  7. just-buyin-stuff

    just-buyin-stuff Registered Member

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    Using the vacation responder in gmail won't work for what I'm doing but thanks for trying.

    I need something that can handle sending multiple replies just like rk and bhar can but will work with gmail. When RK works it does fine, but it just isn't stable enough.