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Mass emailing with socks5?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by boedha, Sep 25, 2014.

  1. boedha

    boedha Newbie

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    Hi.

    Im looking to start emailing.
    I have a 12kk targeted list of emails that i want to blast through. I also have access to lots of clean/private Socks5 proxys.

    How can I utilize my socks5 to send emails to inbox? Which software? Will I still need to buy smtps or can i send using socks5 only and will it inbox?

    So far I have looked up a few and I think Atomic Mail Sender has what I need. Using "Direct" and socks5, correct?

    Answers are heavily appreciated.
     
  2. boedha

    boedha Newbie

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    Thanks for your reply buddy.

    Im not looking to follow up with responds though.
    Just a fast emailer that can use socks5, and if possible without smtps.
     
  3. diggg

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    I have seen official mass email payable services, but it's expensive.
     
  4. ija61

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    Before you start on this road I suggest that you take some time and learn how smtp/spam works.

    Sending emails is different then building backlinks and in this case proxy don't help. You can try but your success rate will be very low, and when I say success rate I'm talking about emails delivered in Inbox.

    As a short explanation of what I said is that many mx servers check the reverse DNS of your domain.. If you send a email from xxx.com with the ip 1.1.1.0 then they simply check to see if the reverse DNS of 1.1.1.0 is xxx.com. And this is just an example.

    Second you will deal with SPF.. etc.

    So you can't do what you want and have a good success rate. It's possible that some emails will get but the ration send/success will be very low
     
  5. boedha

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    Great reply.

    So what solution would you suggest?
    Can I spoof sender adress when using smtp?

    Ive been looking alot for reading on spam, but most communitys are closed and expensive to join. Any suggestions where to start reading up?