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    I am in need of a simple gmail creator program. One that goes in and randomly creates gmail accts, and then creates a user name and password with it. Ill even manually enter the captchas I dont care. Ive tried a few and they suck. Tried clad genius, and ubot and a few others. Has anyone used a simple, gmail creator program that WORKS??! no I don't want to use the ... and pluses thing in gmail address.. that wont work for what im doing. Thanks in advance.

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    The "problem" that I see with such a program is the fact that Gmail has a 2 step email creation.

    First step is the filling of the registration form and is fairly easy to do.

    The problem comes with the second step that may or may not present itself to the user, depending on the location he is at.

    During the 2nd step,a request from Google is displayed where the user must input a valid phone number and then put back a valid pin he receives in that phone number.

    If you do not complete the second step the email address is NOT activated by Google so a program would have to understand if the verification is required and if yes it should wait for the user to input phone numbers and verify them.

    A solution for that would be to use proxies from countries that do not need validation and therefore avoid all the 2nd step hustle. That in itself though needs its own bot...


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    gmail just sucks in my opinion. there are tons of alternatives out there where you can easily create accounts and have full pop3 access without any limitations and without the feeling that big g is watching what you are doing.

    also even the most dumb webmaster will see that your [Only registered and activated users can see links. ] address belongs to a spammer.


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    Yeah, I agree haze. Not everyone uses X for forums/blogs though and in those instances the period may make a little more sense. Personally AOL is my fav. Just make sure you turn the spam settings off.

    Creating email accounts sucks manually though, I made a Zenno Template to register all my AOLs and turn the spam settings off.


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    The dots in the gmail are good so that you can register in a forum without the need for a new email each time. It should be common sense that these are not made to fool webmasters but rather forum automatic checks that can see if an email account is already registered or even spam checks that will block an address but will not block the sa.m.e address.

    Beyond that, yeah AOL is good but we are not all in the US and for non-US residents we need USA proxies to be able to register with AOL.
    That sucks too....


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    Thanks for the info.. sounds like I will have to use a proxy softwatre and do it manually. Where can I find a list of countries that never need validation..along with a proxy software that I can set a county proxy manually? Thanks in advance.

    Quote Originally Posted by kensai View Post
    The "problem" that I see with such a program is the fact that Gmail has a 2 step email creation.

    First step is the filling of the registration form and is fairly easy to do.

    The problem comes with the second step that may or may not present itself to the user, depending on the location he is at.

    During the 2nd step,a request from Google is displayed where the user must input a valid phone number and then put back a valid pin he receives in that phone number.

    If you do not complete the second step the email address is NOT activated by Google so a program would have to understand if the verification is required and if yes it should wait for the user to input phone numbers and verify them.

    A solution for that would be to use proxies from countries that do not need validation and therefore avoid all the 2nd step hustle. That in itself though needs its own bot...



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    Don't get why people use Gmail, Hotmail & Yahoo when you can get like a thousands of emails for $50 without any need of creating every single email?
    Anyway, lots of site owners has started to ban gmail, hotmail and yahoo accounts


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    Quote Originally Posted by the-kashish View Post
    Don't get why people use Gmail, Hotmail & Yahoo when you can get like a thousands of emails for $50 without any need of creating every single email?
    Anyway, lots of site owners has started to ban gmail, hotmail and yahoo accounts
    I do not know where you get that information about a lot sites owners ban gmail etc.
    I have 5 email boxes in my thunderbird and four of them are gmail. and if site do not allow to register my account with gmail. Than i do not need register my account in that site


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    +1 to the myth about site owners banning Gmail. Sure, there might be a couple of admins that had enough and that decided to ban gmail/yahoo/hotmail but I believe and have seen in my tests that 99.99% of the sites out there do allow these emails. Especially Gmail is allowed almost everywhere, with the added benefit as stated above of the dots, makes for excellent cannon fodder for forum registration...


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    Sorry for being so unclear, I wasn't talking about Gmail for Forum sites.




 

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