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  1. #16
    ABHIS Guest
    Originally posted by SyntaX******
    Which program were you using to send the two emails? SYMPA
    As a matter of fact, I sent you 4 emails, and I used SYMPA [url]http://fever.link.free.fr/sympa.html[/url]

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    Hm... I only recieved two for some reason
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  3. #18
    WiredFire.tk Guest
    You cannot use batch files in telnet, but you can create a batch file that speeds up the process of connecting to a SMTP server. I created a batch file and named it mail.bat:

    @echo off
    telnet %* 25

    Thats it. I copied the batch file to my C:\Windows\system*2 folder and now when I want to connect to a server, I go to run, and type mail server.com, and it connects.

    If you want a list of servers, here is one I made. [url]http://geocities.com/spamssite/smtpservers.txt[/url] There are 2**, and all of them work as of */**/05. I had 600ish, but a lot of them were broken or refused all connections on port 25. Hope this helps! Oh yeah, check out [url]www.wiredfire.tk,[/url] I am still working on it, but it should be up soon!

  4. #19
    ABHIS Guest
    Originally posted by WiredFire.tk
    If you want a list of servers, here is one I made. [url]http://geocities.com/spamssite/smtpservers.txt[/url] There are 2**, and all of them work as of */**/05.
    This is ridiculous, why would you need to list SMTP servers, there are thousands of them out there.
    All you need is a simple MX DNS resolver where you enter the email address to instantly get the "corresponding" Mail Exchanger server(S).

  5. #20
    WiredFire.tk Guest
    Not everyone who is new to Telnet knows how to scan for servers ABHIS, I was just trying to help them out. But you are right, there are thousands out there if you know how to scan for them.

  6. #21
    ABHIS Guest
    Originally posted by WiredFire.tk
    Not everyone who is new to Telnet knows how to scan for servers ABHIS, I was just trying to help them out. But you are right, there are thousands out there if you know how to scan for them.
    I didn't want to be rude, but I mean that there is ABSOLUTELY NO NEED for any scanning or any special knowledge or experience.
    All what you need is to enter the email address in this very small program and the corresponding SMTP server(S) will be immediately shown.
    I put server with an (S) cause for some emails there might be up to ten SMTP servers..
    [url]http://rapidshare.de/files-en/4**284/**8/Resolver.zip[/url]
    try it and see for yourself how simple and efficient it is.
    You'll regret the time that you spent making all those useless lists of SMTP serevrs

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