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I have created this code:

#include <INet.au3>

$smtp = Inputbox ( "Vul in", "Vul hier je ISP SMTP in", "" )

$naam = Inputbox ( "Vul in", "Vul hier de naam in die de ontvanger moet zien", "" )

$from = Inputbox ( "Vul in", "Vul hier de e-mail in die de ontvanger moet zien", "" )

$to = Inputbox ( "Vul in", "Vul hier de e-mail in waar hij naar toe moet", "" )

$onderwerp = Inputbox ( "Vul in", "Vul hier je onderwerp in", "" )

$regel1 = Inputbox ( "Vul in", "Vul hier je tekst in voor de eerste regel", "" )

$regel2 = Inputbox ( "Vul in", "Vul hier je tekst in voor de tweede regel", "" )

$s_SmtpServer = $smtp

$s_FromName = $naam

$s_FromAddress = $from

$s_ToAddress = $to

$s_Subject = $onderwerp

Dim $as_Body[2]

$as_Body[0] = $regel1

$as_Body[1] = $regel2

$Response = _INetSmtpMail ($s_SmtpServer, $s_FromName, $s_FromAddress, $s_ToAddress, $s_Subject, $as_Body)

$err = @error

If $Response = 1 Then

MsgBox(0, "Success!", "Mail verzonden, Gemaakt door Stephan van Andel AkA Speeder")

Else

MsgBox(0, "Error!", "Mail niet verzonden door error " & $err)

EndIf

Now i want to when people are checking from which ip the message has been send to remove that. Is it possible to create a code that it is gonna be sent via an proxy server?

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I have created this code:

#include <INet.au3>

$smtp = Inputbox ( "Vul in", "Vul hier je ISP SMTP in", "" )

$naam = Inputbox ( "Vul in", "Vul hier de naam in die de ontvanger moet zien", "" )

$from = Inputbox ( "Vul in", "Vul hier de e-mail in die de ontvanger moet zien", "" )

$to = Inputbox ( "Vul in", "Vul hier de e-mail in waar hij naar toe moet", "" )

$onderwerp = Inputbox ( "Vul in", "Vul hier je onderwerp in", "" )

$regel1 = Inputbox ( "Vul in", "Vul hier je tekst in voor de eerste regel", "" )

$regel2 = Inputbox ( "Vul in", "Vul hier je tekst in voor de tweede regel", "" )

$s_SmtpServer = $smtp

$s_FromName = $naam

$s_FromAddress = $from

$s_ToAddress = $to

$s_Subject = $onderwerp

Dim $as_Body[2]

$as_Body[0] = $regel1

$as_Body[1] = $regel2

$Response = _INetSmtpMail ($s_SmtpServer, $s_FromName, $s_FromAddress, $s_ToAddress, $s_Subject, $as_Body)

$err = @error

If $Response = 1 Then

MsgBox(0, "Success!", "Mail verzonden, Gemaakt door Stephan van Andel AkA Speeder")

Else

MsgBox(0, "Error!", "Mail niet verzonden door error " & $err)

EndIf

Now i want to when people are checking from which ip the message has been send to remove that. Is it possible to create a code that it is gonna be sent via an proxy server?

Do you think your ISP is going to allow you to sent Email with a sender address thats not equal to one of the supported Domains.

Removing the source IP address using a Proxy ?

Trying to sent mail thats untraceble ?

Why ? in the spamming business ?

Nee toch :whistle:


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Do you think your ISP is going to allow you to sent Email with a sender address thats not equal to one of the supported Domains.

Removing the source IP address using a Proxy ?

Trying to sent mail thats untraceble ?

Why ? in the spamming business ?

Nee toch :whistle:

Nee niet voor spam, zodat ik meerdere gasten in de maling kan nemen!

No not for spam, it's so that i can make funny off people!

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#4 ·  Posted (edited)

Nee niet voor spam, zodat ik meerdere gasten in de maling kan nemen!

No not for spam, it's so that i can make funny off people!

Sure, but did you read the first part of my post ?

Don't know which provider you want to use but in general they do not allow relaying emails ....

Edited by JdeB

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