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Proxy with Localhost

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by czech2234, Sep 22, 2013.

  1. czech2234

    czech2234 Newbie

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    any idea on localhost proxy that can be used to send bulk mails, please how can i get it
     
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    i recommend you to use third party email sending services would be better to get good deliverability
     
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    Am I reading this wrong or is this a bit of an oxymoron? The whole point of using a proxy to send bulk-mail is to hide your "local" IP address no? Maybe I'm misunderstanding here but I don't think you'd want to use your local host for anything like that ever. If you're going to bulk mail, depending on the method you're going to need quite a few proxies, and if you plan on sending through SMTP good luck on finding port 25 enabled providers. I wouldn't do any bulk sending from your local pc, that's just asking to get owned.
     
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    do not use your pc ip to send emails, yo will get blacklisted immediately ...
     
  5. Mimosa Shu

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    I'm sorry. Did I misunderstood your meaning? A proxy server combines with a email server? How about CCProxy and AA Mail Server. They are great, I have tested it.