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Help with GSA Ser on a VPS

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by jpk1229, Jul 18, 2014.

  1. jpk1229

    jpk1229 Newbie

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    I am running GSA Ser on a VPS. the issue is the email verifications don't seem to pass. They work when the program is running on my PC and the VPS. Why is this? How can I fix it? Please help. Thanks
     
  2. rtraphic

    rtraphic Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    What kind of email are you using?

    For example, if you're using hotmail you have to enable POP3 to make them work,

    For GMAIL you have to enable some settings too, tell us what emails are u using for it.
     
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    davids355 Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    You need better source for your email accounts.
     
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    yenerich Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    You cvan create free disposablke emails with GSA, in the email verification panel you will find the create accounts button and there you will find some disposable emails and usually the failure percent is very low.
     
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    I think you will get a better answer from gsa forum
     
  6. Scritty

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    Could be the IP address of your VPS is black listed. If you tick the box in GSA settings to use proxies when checking all aspects of email then it might work.

    This happens a LOT on cheap VPS where previous users (or concurrent users) of the IP have hammered the living crap out of them for months and got them blacklisted everywhere.

    VPS almost always means proxies. Free ones are ok for scraping - but get a few private ones for posting and email handling.
    That might not be the answer, but it's pretty likely in my experience.

    Scritty