Email Sending Capacity: 150,000 / Day BCC: 150 At Once Interface: Squirrel/Horde/Roundcube/Zimbra (You can use any, once you login you will be give the option to use any of the interface) Webspace: 2 GB Bandwidth: Unlimited Hosting Type: Bullet Proof (Not Hacked) Other Features: Shell + SSH Access Enabled, No Limitations IP Change: 12 Hours FREE Emails Offer: 250,000 Emails Free, Your Choice Of Country, Personal
Domain SMTP is valid for 8-10 days and can send like 60,000 Emails per Day, 150 BCC at once. Third Party hosted, so mostly Inbox. But not Guaranteed. Will work with Turbo Mailer/AMS or any other Email Marketing Software. Include SMTP and Password.
IP SMTP is valid for 7-8 days and can send like 50,000 Emails per Day, 100 BCC at once. Third Party hosted, so mostly Inbox. But not Guaranteed. Will work with Turbo Mailer/AMS or any other Email Marketing Software. Include SMTP and Password.
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Email Extractor is designed to extract e-mail addresses from web-pages on the Internet (using HTTP and HTTPS protocols) and from HTML and text files on local disks. This is a brilliant tool and first from all email extractors present at the market. It supports operation through a proxy-server and works very fast, as it is able of loading several pages simultaneously, and requires very few resources.
It has various limiters of scanning range, using which you can extract only the addresses you actually need from web-pages, instead of extracting all the addresses present there. You can not only limit scanning depth and width, you also can cut off unnecessary paths using patterns or just delete them from jobs list during operation. It is very flexible and may be used to extract e-mail addresses with owners real names from “simple sites” as well as from web-forums built on scripts and from servers like ZDNet. Also you can use popular search engines (Google, Bing, Excite, Yahoo, InfoSeek and others, including UK, German, French, Japanese, Spanish, Italian, Taiwanese, Chinese, Hong-Kong, Dutch, Brazilian, Portuguese, Finnish, Canadian, Danish, Russian, Czech, Israelitish, Greek, Australian, New Zealand and Estonian engines) for search by keywords.