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Question about multiple email creation

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by moanon, Feb 10, 2015.

  1. moanon

    moanon Registered Member

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    hi blackhat people,

    I've got a question that maybe one of you can answer hopefully :)

    Well, my question is about emails. not collecting them but creating them.
    I'll explain: For some (or maybe many) tasks in blackhat you'll need multiple email adresses (e.g. for signing up somewhere with different accounts or something like that) so my question is, what is the best way to create multiple email adresses? I know you could just go to a free email provider and sign up multiple times but beside the manual work the provider could get suspicious and often you'll also need some kind of verification (e.g. by phone).
    Is there any way to set up multiple email adresses in an easier way? How do you do it?
    If theres no way to make this easier which email provider do you use? Which is best for having multiple adresses without them getting suspicious?
    Or would it be even better to set up multiple emails with some domain i have?

    Sorry if that's a stupid question or I'm missing something but had my problems with this and I thought what could be a better place to ask ;)

    Cheers,
    Mo
     
  2. moanon

    moanon Registered Member

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    Just an idea that crossed my mind while re-reading this, maybe that is useful to some:

    Couldn't you just set up an own email server with some domain and just let all "adresses" through to one inbox?
    So [email protected] goes to the same inbox as [email protected] because it doesn't even check what's before the @ sign. (or maybe white-listed)
    that way you could just sign up to services using anything you want before that @ sign and it would still find it's way to your inbox even though you never really created this particular adress.

    Just a random thought, don't hate me if this is bullshit haha ;)
     
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    Well, it's not a stupid question. Creating multiple email account these days isn't on a go isn't easy. Why not use Gmail service, you can create upto 15 in a day. Change your phone number on each 6th account creating.

    Takes a little bit of effort but to me it's still cool. LOL.
     
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  4. SEO Power

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    You could just buy them off Fiverr and not have to worry about how to go about creating them.
     
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  5. GroundUp

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    you can buy them or you can buy softwares for account creation. Growth's account creator is good for this.
     
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  6. HoNeYBiRD

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    there's an old trick with gmail where you can have basically limitless aliases of just even one email address, if you put periods or plus signs into the address, all incoming emails will go to the same email address without the signs
    so you register this address: [email protected] (the longer the email address is the better, because of more variations) and you can use [email protected], [email protected], sa+m+**[email protected] etc. as aliases
    this isn't always working though when you try to register on different services, some services are caught up onto it, others didn't and you may link your created accs together if you use gmail aliases

    with microsoft's email service (hotmail) you can have 10-15 different aliases of an address (not sure about the exact number), you can set these up manually or with an acc creator like superhac
     
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  7. moanon

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    Thanks for taking your time to answer this :) Since I have very limited money I don't think I will pay someone for creating email adresses (yet) but lets see where this project goes haha ;)

    Thanks, sounds really interesting I'm going to try that, if this works it's maybe going to save me some time :)
     
  8. mhassni

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    Google as on top allows you to do that. 15 daily. Good enough will try this for sure.
     
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  9. RB1987

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    I know a trick by which you can phone verify your email address. Just use phone.com or any other services like the phone.com. Registered there for 30 Days trial period each time you need a new number and you will get a phone number and you can use that number to verify your email address. Cheers
     
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    Creating Hotmail accounts is easy, you can create 20+ in a day with ease. If you need more, then you can buy them for a cheap price here.
     
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  11. moanon

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    Thanks again for the replies :)
    Hotmail with Outlook aliases works pretty good for multiple emails with not that much effort ;)
    But try to sign up at xvideos (yes its an adult project which I'm working on haha ;) ) with an @hotmail.com or @outlook.com and it says:
    "Sorry, we don't accept Hotmail. They are incompetent and block emails that are not spam."
    Hahaha I guess they don't like microsoft that much xD
    @RB1987 Thanks for the tip with phone.com definitly going to use that ;)
     
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  13. moanon

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    Thanks man, very useful :)
    Some services seem to ignore the points in gmail adresses too tough, so it doesn't work everywhere but it's still useful to know ;)
     
  14. amithbhawani

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    you can use dot blindness in gmail,pm me for info
     
  15. triplemmm

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    Easiest way to use one email account for multiple addresses is gmail.
    (in the example below I can't use email address format as I'm a new poster, so don't forget to use the correct format :p)

    1. setup your gmail account e.g. blackhat at gmail
    2. Use this to sign up for your first account in, say, Twitter
    3. The next Twitter account you sign up for you use blackhat+1 at gmail
    Any mail for this will go to the root blackhat at gmail mailbox

    4. Repeat using blackhat+2 at gmail

    etc. etc. etc.
     
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    you can just buy from me.