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RE: A desktop bot that opens/clicks emails

Discussion in 'Hire a Freelancer' started by OTrap, Dec 5, 2016.

  1. OTrap

    OTrap Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    I'm looking for a bot that will open emails and potentially click a specified link in emails (for example, the 1st link or the 3rd link). Ideally, the rate of opened emails that get clicked would be adjustable and, in theory, random.

    The bot would log into each account (using popular email providers ... Gmail, Yahoo, AOL, Hotmail, Outlook, etc.), open a link with a given subject line, and click a specified link.

    A bonus would be the ability to do so through a proxy.

    If this is something you can build, I'd love to speak to you. PM me as interested.

    Thanks!
     
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    Hello, I can do that, but they email should have pop3 enabled, so let me know if you still need someone.
     
  3. handmadebots

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    Could be done in both ways: browser or pop3/imap but most of them don't have pop3 or imap enabled, so I guess the browser way.
    Add me on skype: workhardph
     
  4. telim2

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    if you need this to be done through a browser emulating bot. add me to skype telim221
     
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    Add me on Skype vimlendu_2
     
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    I can easily do that as I make professional bots. Hit me up on Skype: kazmiwajahat
     
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    Do not deal with kazmiwajahat . He has a shitlist against him because he scammed a member . He's refusing to pay back so will probably be banned
     
  8. OTrap

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    Good looking out, brother.

    I found someone who is building it now.
     
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  9. OTrap

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    So, this got partially done. The bot currently opens emails. But it does not click them.

    Also, he had it running through my own VPN, but it would be nicer if I could just throw a list of open proxies in there, and it would go through each one.

    I don't know if that's possible, but if it is, I may still be in the market for this.

    Much appreciated!
     
  10. AnonymousOwl

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    Can do it using Pop3 and Actual WebRequest bot + capatchas
     
  11. OTrap

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    I will be swapping out the email accounts that are used, and they'll be in large quantities. I'd rather not have to enable Pop3 on all of them. Is there a way to do it without that?
     
  12. handmadebots

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    Using an email protocol, like pop3 or imap is the best way to do this, because that's why they were invented in the first place, to handle email.
    If you're buying your accounts (or creating them yourself) just enable it at creation, and you're good to go.
     
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    Well you can make a program to go in activate pop3 if you wanted.
    Either way, it wouldn't be terribly hard. Just time consuming especially if you wanted the bot to switch socks proxies etc..
     
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  15. OTrap

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    It'd be time-consuming to create the bot, or it would be time-consuming to run?

    I'm okay with it being time consuming to run, I suppose. Is this the sort of thing that could run multiple instances at once? Might speed that up some.
     
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    Well you could program it quick as possible and have it come out shitty but its a time consuming bot because their is usually anti-ban features etc.
    rather then a straight socket. It probably would be worth making though
     
  17. OTrap

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    I appreciate the feedback. That clears up my question.