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Payed Proxies For Mailing

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by HelloInsomnia, Aug 7, 2009.

  1. HelloInsomnia

    HelloInsomnia Jr. Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I know a lot of you guys do this, pay for proxies. I've just read 13 out of the 17 pages in the proxy section, this question has been asked 100 times but nobody has ever given a good answer.

    I need proxies, for mailing. I don't care how much they cost I am sick of using slow proxies that I have to search for then test then wait, ect. Just please point me in the right direction..
     
  2. number101

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    HTTP proxies are not for mailing. SOCKS are for mailing. You need to find socks.

    There is a thread that has a link to a method, but that thread transcended to Jr. VIP level (I think).


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  3. HelloInsomnia

    HelloInsomnia Jr. Executive VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    I have been using http proxies and everything seems fine so far. I just don't like hunting them down. Are you sure you need to use socks instead?
     
  4. deenmean

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    Some https kinda use a socks to connect or soemthing like that.. Socks is a much lower level and I think the proxies do something like port 25 over port 443.
    If you are using a mailing program that goes throgh google or yahoo, etc.. (IE HTTP mailing), then you only need prosies that can use HTTPS to log in to them.
    If you are using a program like send-safe, then you need ones that go through socks..
    Now as for the port 25 over port 443 crap, and if send-safe type of mailers can do that.. I think so, not sure how..

    BTW.. I second that question here.. WHERE DA FUCK CAN YOU GET GOOD, NON BLACKLISTED SOCKS??? :D I got a cleint that needs them.
     
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