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Deliver Facebook emails to user's Inbox ??

Discussion in 'FaceBook' started by jammu143, Feb 12, 2015.

  1. jammu143

    jammu143 Newbie

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    This forum is very helpful which shows many ways to scrape FB emails, thumbs up for that but is there any proven method so I can deliver my email to user's inbox?
    I found Facebook is not storing any emails and forward it to user's yahoo, gmail or any address that he had used but FB had out some spam filter which makes us impossible to inbox delivery.

    1) Can any one tell me to how many emails I can send one mail at once? (20,30, 50 etc..)
    2) What should be wait time between 2 email? should I wait for 5-10 mins before sending next email?
    3) Can I send same text all time or should use spin my text and use that?
    4) Can Facebook block domain or it's blocking just single email address from that domain? (I am thinking to use multiple emails but wants to use my domain)

    Let me know your thoughts, I know few people had already found the way to get in.

    Thanks in Advance.
     
  2. goprowithiln

    goprowithiln Newbie

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    Umm, you can't send directly to their inbox unless you're facebook friends with them, and Scraping is kinda showing you're not friends.

    My advice would be add the emails to a custom audience on facebook and create an ad campaign to a capture page.
     
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  3. clarence

    clarence Newbie

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    Can you please link me to a post showing how to scrape Facebook emails? i have been looking for this please. i need your help. thanks
     
  4. jammu143

    jammu143 Newbie

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    I use the software like FBLeadChef but I had tested some methods from this forum also and found some of them working but I am not allowed to post URL
     
  5. babbler

    babbler Newbie

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    You can also try emailing them via profileID at the facebook domain (sorry for weird phrasing, moderation system preventing me from listing the actual address).

    Note that this approach has a limited success rate, but might be worthwhile based on your needs. (A significant percentage of messages go to spam, depending on how closely affiiated your account is with theirs.)