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Email proxies

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by toyo, Jan 6, 2009.

  1. toyo

    toyo BANNED BANNED

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    Guys,


    I am looking for a source of email proxies or an email proxy scanner.

    Suggestions?
     
  2. justone

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    What is an email proxy ?
    You can use normal SOCKS proxies for emailing
     
  3. toyo

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    does all socks proxies work for emailing?
     
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    No, it depends on the ports they accept.
    Usually mail is sent through cleartext or TLS encrypted on port 25, or through SSL on port 465

    I guess most socks proxies will accept that.
     
  5. toyo

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    I'm still not getting it.

    If I have a bunch of working socks proxies - could I just load it into a mailer or is there a program I can use to verify them?
     
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    either your program supports socks proxies then config that.
    Or you use a free tool like freecap to force the mailer use the proxy.
     
  7. toyo

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    Do I need a domain name for that?