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MD5 Suppression File - CPA Network

Discussion in 'CPA' started by Elies, Dec 23, 2016.

  1. Elies

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    Hi,

    im promoting cpa offers by email the problem is im not using an autoresponder or any application so i used to remove suppression emails from my list by Excel when its a txt file but some suppression files are MD5hashes, can anyone suggest to me a FREE application or method to match thoes files with my list?
     
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    Wao, men amazing share... Thanks very much
     
  4. eMonetize

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    http://www.scrubbly.com $59 Available for Windows or Mac.

    I can't imagine that unsubcentral has something that's cheaper.

    If you have a windows machine, I have full blown list manager for $150. Well worth the extra money for all the additional features that it has!

    If not, I could sell you just the MD5 suppression processing part (which also works with txt files) is similar to scrubbly for $50. But you can't mix MD5 with Non-MD5. But I could have it programmed so that it could. However, I don't have it stand alone right now and would need to get my programmer to make it. Probably wouldn't be ready for a week.

    I don't think Mailwizz has a function for such.

    Rainbow Tables doesn't look promising. I tried several online ones and they all failed.

    This sounds like it would work, but you need Linux machine. https://github.com/chrisallenlane/md5-suppression-list-match
     
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    Am I right that entering the list of emails to "blacklist" in, for example, Atomic would do good? As a result, you won't be sending emails to the blacklist. Right? Is that what suppression lists are for?