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Need proxy for mailing

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by bhdude688, Aug 10, 2009.

  1. bhdude688

    bhdude688 Power Member

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    Anyone sell private proxy that has ports 25 or 26 open for mailings? PM me
     
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    bigtay Regular Member

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    Dude I've been looking for this same thing forever.
     
  3. bhdude688

    bhdude688 Power Member

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    Found a solution, You need Socks5 proxies. Use proxybonanza.com you get an HTTP and a Socks5 proxy ($10 a month though) but works for mailings and Google doesnt mark it as spam.
     
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    Hyperion Regular Member

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    Go have a look a xroxy.com, I use their proxys for this, most of their payed proxys are quite fast. You can try them out first and test their speed.
     
  5. justone

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    Read the AUP of the proxy provider you use for email spamming.
    That can cause legal problems, huge fees and stuff like that if you get their IPs banned or uplink abuse mails etc.
     
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    bhdude688 Power Member

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    Not planning to use for email spamming, solely replying to CL mails from ads. Should be fine I think since it's legal and only sending like 1000 a day
     
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    It depends mainly if you cause their IP to appear on blacklists or trigger abuse complaints.
    Both can be a major problem for a provider and they tend to pass their problems to the responsible clients;)

    Just a warning, I'm not very experienced regarding mass-emailing myself.
     
  8. Ca$HHazard

    Ca$HHazard BANNED BANNED

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    Who the fuck cares about the company providing? i certainly don't. If they want to take me to court, good luck. It only effects the companys upstream and ip blocks, doesn't effect me. Nor should i care, don't provide such a abuse able service and ask nicely not to mail through em.

    80% of all paid socks proxy sites and just botnets anyway.