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Running an Autoresponder From Public Wifi Spots?

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by prospect7, Jul 9, 2014.

  1. prospect7

    prospect7 Regular Member

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    I'm wondering if I can run a gmail autoresponder from a public wifi spot? I'd only be responding to a couple hundred emails a day.

    Is this possible or do they block attempts at sending out multiple emails quickly?

    If this topic is out of bounds feel free to delete it. Thx!
     
  2. Gogol

    Gogol Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Hugely depends on the particular wifi hotspot. It's like asking for.. will my wife be friendly with me in bed? :p
     
  3. prospect7

    prospect7 Regular Member

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    So basically I should just test different hotspots and see if they inbox?

    I'm basically talking about starbucks, tim hortons, mcdonalds, mall wifi etc.
     
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    Yupp it will depend on the particular hotspot. If the network admin has knowledge about these things, it will be implemented.. else.. you are free to have a go.

    Becareful though.. Public hotspots are closely monitored most of the time. I would not do it with a free connection.
     
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  5. prospect7

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    I don't mind paying TBH but I'm just not sure if I can find quality SMTP proxies or any other good paid options. Do you have any recommendations?
     
  6. Megic

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    be careful people can track you if your a public WIFI spot...