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How can I check 100 gmail accounts from different IPs?

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  1. c-a-w

    c-a-w Newbie

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    I have 100 gmail accounts. I'd like to check each account from the same region as the gmail account was created. For example, if a gmail account was created in Florida, I'd like to check it from a proxy in Florida.

    I need to check email from each of these accounts and click a link in emails.

    Is there existing software that will help me do this? Ideally for Firefox, Chrome, unix, linux or mac?

    If not, should I use Automator + AppleScript to do this?

    Here's my rough logic:

    Code:
    foreach gmail_ip
     - change proxy_ip to same region as gmail_ip (ex. if gmail_ip is in Florida, get a proxy_ip in Florida too)
     - check gmail account using gmail user / pass
     - foreach new email
     - - click rand(0,3) links
     - - pause rand(5,10)
     - - close link page
    
    If I have to go it alone, am I on the right track?
     
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  2. DarkPixel

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    That should be hard. You should try to find the proxies that were used to create these accounts, and try them manually. Or create a bot where you will import the proxies and the accounts, bind them, and let the bot do all the work
     
  3. gullsinn

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    if you want to use these 100 accounts on daily bases then you'll need a bot and nearly 50 proxies :)
     
  4. c-a-w

    c-a-w Newbie

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    It doesn't need to be daily. But how are people managing their bulk gmail accounts? Do they really log-in manually to each account?

    Maybe the region to region isn't as important since gmail accounts are cheap enough to replace if they're blocked. But I'm still looking for ways to manage bulk gmail accounts. What are people using?
     
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    They forward them to an all in one account, and sort them there. Then go into the original account for replies. Or spoof the headers to look like they came from the original account, or create a forwarding rule by trigger keywords to forward your response to the original sender, or use the send as function.
     
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  6. c-a-w

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    So they manually login to each one at least once to setup forwarding?
     
  7. c-a-w

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    My project requires me to actually login in a browser to each of my accounts under different IPs, check mail in google gmail (on the site, not in a pop app), click links in emails, rinse and repeat. How do you recommend I do that?
     
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    I am not going to say that this is the "right" way to do it but it is the way that I do it. I have over 500 gmails, all of which were created manuall. Each of the 500 is set up with forwarding and a "Send As" and it was all a hand job. I continue to set up gmails by using my home IP, free WiFi at local coffee houses and bars and I never set up more than 3 or so a day from any given location. I have never had a problem and everything works just fine. I think the fastest way to get banned by G is to try to set up too many too fast and to use proxies because G has figured out all that shit. This is what has worked for me.
     
  9. c-a-w

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    Thanks CKT. If you don't mind, can you tell me (vaguely is fine) what you use your emails for? Do you ever log into them after setting them up the first time?