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Proxies for emailing?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by gogeta1005, Apr 25, 2012.

  1. gogeta1005

    gogeta1005 Registered Member

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    What are the best type of proxies to use, or (where to buy from), for emailing? Not large amounts of email but like 3-5k a day? I know I need socks obviously but everytime I find any free ones they never work and half the times never even pass when I check them?
     
  2. USProxyKing

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    Residential IP's
     
  3. gogeta1005

    gogeta1005 Registered Member

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    Yea just normal ip's, just so it reads that ip in the email header instead of my own. Nothing special.
     
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    Damn,I miss the email marketing subforum so much...
     
  5. cloakme

    cloakme Regular Member Premium Member

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    I use "hide my ass" You can pull it up in any search engine. I use this to email, make new facebook, twitter acounts etc. it works great because you can change th ip adress whenever you want to.

     
  6. gogeta1005

    gogeta1005 Registered Member

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    Does anyone know where to get proxy for this then?
     
  7. gogeta1005

    gogeta1005 Registered Member

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    I need a proxy or a vpn of some sort to physically enter in my program what to connect through though. Hide my ass proxies socks never worked for me for some reason? Most vpn's have port 25 blocked so that's why vpn's wouldn't help much
     
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    Same situation.
    I'm looking for a way to send 5-10k emails one time (not opt-in).

    Maybe proxies with port 25 opened can works...

    Beny
     
  9. gogeta1005

    gogeta1005 Registered Member

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    Yea I can't find any proxies though that work with emails.
     
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    I am interested in knowing this also...does any of the V.I.P's care to weigh in and help us out. Thanks
     
  11. USProxyKing

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    you don't need port 25, just use free emails and use their pop. Make sure you use residential IP's as those are the only ones that look legit.

    Remember, If you can inbox through webmail spam, you are doing fucking amazing :) That is one of the hardest areas to circumvent.

    Anyone in the US, can join my network for free, so you'll never have to pay for proxies again. These work for emailing as well. Contact me on skype
     
  12. gogeta1005

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    bumping, still looking
     
  13. Monyak

    Monyak Newbie

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    You'll need proxies with a reverse dns.
     
  14. proxyblaze

    proxyblaze Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Please contact us. We do have emailing socks.
    Thankyou
     
  15. UberBots

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    >>Residential IP's

    that does not work with gmail yahoo etc.. they block connections to 25 for delivery for isp.. it gotta be ips from servers to cut down on the spam unless you deliver emails with username and password which the limist is about 500
     
  16. Link-Building-Club

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    Can anyone recommend proxies with a reverse dns? It would be nice to hear from people who actually have experience using a service..real testimonials. Thanks
     
  17. -SICK-

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    SMTP proxies are rare.

    You could sweep subnets for open relays but this takes time and mostly, emails will not get inboxed because those relays are already blacklisted. You could also try to find a VPN provider which does not block port 25. There are few.
    The "pros" use botnets for IP diversity. If you have contacts in the BH scene, finding a bot net provider is not a problem. In my opinion, this is the only way to really succeed in spam.
    If you want to inbox newsletters or white-hat mails, then simply use the amazon simple email service, it's awesome!

    kind regards,
    SICK
     
    Last edited: Apr 28, 2012