Proxy Servers for Magic Submitter

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  1. coolfx35

    coolfx35 Regular Member

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    Does anyone know the format to enter my own private proxies into magic submitter.

    It has username and password.

    so format should I enter it as?

    is this correct?

    username;[email protected];port
     
  2. newmoney

    newmoney Junior Member

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    i am also interested in this question.
    what is the proper format for using private proxies with magic submitter.
     
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    blackhit Super Moderator Staff Member Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Ip:port:username:password
     
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  4. newmoney

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    you da man :)
     
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    wunzzz Junior Member

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    Just wondering, does anything belong in the "Proxy Server" space as well? And you're saying to do the "ip:port:username:password" format on the "Proxy Servers to Rotate" right? Cause I thought it would work by just putting in your private proxies.. Didn't know you'd have to put your username and password.
     
  6. danielchtan

    danielchtan Newbie

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    the format doesn't work. ip:port:user:pwd
    any idea? this is causing me alot of problems as i've just bought some proxies that are user/pwd authenticated. can't use ip authenticated proxies because ip is also changing every 10 secs