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Which POP-enabled email provider bans less than others?

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by ThreadKiller, Mar 19, 2015.

  1. ThreadKiller

    ThreadKiller Power Member

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    So I am in need of thousands of email accounts. It does not really matter from which provider, as long as POP is available.

    What matters is this: As we all know, Gmail and Hotmail and Yahoo might ban you if account is created in one location, then you log in through a completely different location another day or from a bad IP.

    Which providers do not have this problem? Are providers like Yandex and Mail.com ignoring this stuff?
     
  2. HoNeYBiRD

    HoNeYBiRD Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    the good thing is that if you use POP access, you don't login to the accs using a browser, the ip rules are much more lenient this way or maybe even non-existent, i have a bulk hotmail checker which works via POP, i use it to check plenty of accs at once from the same ip in a blink of an eye and never had a single problem because of this
    hotmail is the cheapest and you can also have 8 or 10 aliases per address (i don't remember the exact number) which makes it even more cheap
    just don't login to the accs using a browser, only via POP and you'll be good
     
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