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Need Exim to rotate IPs and Interspire Mailer add ons - Looking to hire a Script Writer

Discussion in 'General Scripting Chat' started by daemonclone, Dec 12, 2012.

  1. daemonclone

    daemonclone Newbie

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    I'm new and having trouble hiring someone (imagine that) from the "Freelancer" side. Any help to hire the right person is appreciated.

    I have a Centos/Exim/Interspire server setup and need to rotate my IP's. Need someone to explain to me how it's done in Exim and then rewrite the script & restart. I'll run a test to verify. Also, need the script to run through Exim updates.

    Also need add on for Interspire E-Mail Marketer to show city, county, state, zip and IP address for all opens and clicks.

    Thanks and looking forward to working with you...
     
  2. gigiabou

    gigiabou Newbie

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    hello did you find someone ?
    i'm looking for the same thing can't find :(
     
  3. xrfanatic

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    f I'm not mistaken, for IP rotation following idea might be a workaround.

    I haven't done anything on CentOs, but on Debian it would probably look like that:

    Replace the interfaces file containing currently used IP with the file with new ip.

    On linux debian it's /etc/network/interfaces

    So I believe you need to prepare few "interface files" like

    interfaceIP1
    interfaceIP2
    interfaceIP3

    and so on ...

    Then create bash script which will:

    move interfaceIP1 to /etc/network/interfaces
    restart the network with /etc/init.d/networking restart

    make delay for the desired time you need to work on specific IP (xx seconds/minutes)

    move on with interfaceIP2

    to keep the script working in the background you can use package called "screen"

    Hope I was helpful.