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Do i need HTTP or Socks proxies for emailing?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by Bea$t, Apr 2, 2011.

  1. Bea$t

    Bea$t Registered Member

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    im a noob, so i dont really understand how proxies work. i want to use gmail, i know they show your IP in the header. would HTTP proxies be enough? or i need Socks proxies?
     
  2. zenerchi

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    go with sock5
     
  3. proxygo

    proxygo Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    you can use both
     
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    kickapooh Regular Member

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    I've always heard that if you are going to be using a software based mailer that sends through SMTP, you should use SOCKS proxies. However finding good smtp-enabled SOCKS proxies for a cheap rate is not easy to do. Most places charge alot more for them than HTTP proxies.
     
  5. killerkash

    killerkash Newbie

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    You can check out thi site. Very reasonable. proxylist.co