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Gmail macro

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by ruicosta, Sep 1, 2011.

  1. ruicosta

    ruicosta Regular Member

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    Hey guys!

    This is not work related but I need help. :)

    I need to send out a lot of job applications from my friend's gmail. We've got a list of all companies in our area to which we need to send out emails. Is there any bot/macro whatever which could
    1. click on new mail in gmail
    2. attach desired files (CV and application)
    3. take on of the addresses from the txt file and paste it into receiver
    4. past predefined Subject
    5. paste predefined email body
    6. send
    7. do it all over again for another receiver

    Or, alternatively...is there a way to send out bulk mails from gmail but that each company thinks that it is meant for them. It would be bad if competing companies saw that he applied for jobs with their rivals.
     
  2. pf69.com

    pf69.com Junior Member

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  3. roach

    roach BANNED BANNED

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    well brother if you need a macro why not download imacros from the download section. Click on record, do the action then tell it to do it over and over. OR the thunderbird option is much easier. I would go with that.
     
  4. ruicosta

    ruicosta Regular Member

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    thanks a lot, thats exactly what I've been looking for :)
     
  5. consortium

    consortium Newbie

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    You could just use the BCC box in Gmail if the application is a generic one.
     
  6. pf69.com

    pf69.com Junior Member

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    clicking the thanks button or given rep would be nicer than just a reply (I really don't know why people dont use the thanks button, maybe someday I will find out)...
     
  7. ruicosta

    ruicosta Regular Member

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    my bad, I was in a hurry :)