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What kind of Proxies for Mailing?

Discussion in 'Proxies' started by cutepinky, Mar 26, 2014.

  1. cutepinky

    cutepinky Junior Member

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    noobish question...what kind of proxies can be use in direct mailing in sending thousands of emails?and what kind of proxies their port 25 open?
     
  2. akacash

    akacash Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Not exactly sure what you mean by direct mailing, but as far as the port 25 ones go, they're the "expensive" kind. Most places won't even open port 25 and the one's that do know exactly why you need it, and they charge accordingly. I would look at web mailing if possible, it will be much much easier to find affordable proxies.
     
  3. cutepinky

    cutepinky Junior Member

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    thanks for your reply..what kind of proxies that port 25 open and how i know if a proxies have a port 25 open?
     
  4. ShaNi

    ShaNi Jr. VIP Jr. VIP Premium Member

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    Mostly guys using for web mailing public socks 4/5 or private socks 5 :)
    but little expensive proxies $/month.that is depending on you.how many you want send web mailing per day..
    Socks seller charge on weekly and i think per day 1k web mailing allow or more...
    you also use for bullet proof email server for 500k emails per day with rotating ip's and rotating domains via power MTA

     
  5. Chees

    Chees Regular Member

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    if you need a server with IEM and PowerMTA / postix with IP rotation I can setup one for you. PM me or skype me: bpb_grinda
     
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    mazgalici Supreme Member

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    for smtp, you need socks
     
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    socks but it's not provided Private ones normally;)
     
  8. nada99

    nada99 Newbie

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    You will not find any socks5 with open port 25 and to set up a server with postfix and rotating IP might be to expensive if you will not send 1 mln mails per day. Look for a webmailer service and they will do the job for you.