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Mass email forwarding - How can I forward incoming emails to a list of *many* emails?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO Tools' started by drorzv, Jan 27, 2016.

  1. drorzv

    drorzv Newbie

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    Hello all,
    I am trying to create an email setup where I send an email to one mailbox and it will forward this email to a big list of email addresses (about 200 addresses).

    Currently I host my email at Godaddy and over there for each mailbox i have a setting "send copy to:" where I can type multiple addresses, but this field is limited to 255 characters (about 7-12 emails).
    Any idea for a way I can scale this to a bigger amount of addresses?

    I also though to maybe create a public facing DL (Distribution list) - but couldn't find a good service that let's me do it properly.
    With google groups I can get a public forward address - but there the members can see other members and I do not want them to be able to... Also when I add a member to a google group he gets a notification he was added by email which I do not want.

    Any idea how do godaddy implement this forward service? If I'll know that maybe I can setup a server and do the same but without the 255 chars limit?

    If you are asking why do I want to do this in the first place - I found out that if i create on my godaddy a mailbox (for ex emailaddress1) and put a few addresses in the "send copy to:"... those send to addresses will receive the email in the inbox showing the "To"address as emailaddress1 and not their real address.
    This is my final goal - to email people without them being able to see their address in the "To" box...
    Now I know that if they look at the full email header they can find which address I sent it to, but since most users don't know how to do this hiding the "To" box will be enough for me.
     
  2. opahopa

    opahopa Junior Member

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    i think you just need to hire someone to write the small software which sill do it for you. shouldn't cost much.