I need a specific set of email addresses in a specific format. They need to be from gmail, fastmail, aimmail, gawab, and [url removed, login to view]
These must be hand made.
It's basically like this>
I want a 100 text files. In each text file there are 5 LINES ONLY, and they look like the following:
username3 at [url removed, login to view];password;webmailcoza
so, line 1 basically means the username and password for a gmail account, line 2 is for [url removed, login to view], line 3 is for [url removed, login to view], and so on....
for googlemail, u need to set the default version to basic version (non-html version)
for fastmail ([url removed, login to view]), u need to create guest accounts
for aimmail ([url removed, login to view]), u need to set the version to "accessible version"
the 100 text files i mentioned should be named [url removed, login to view] all the way to [url removed, login to view]
My requirements would be that all email addresses have a humanlike american name (eg> Nancy Jones, not some randomly generated junk like 909ikhufiu )
All accounts must not be red flagged,( eg: google asks you so enter captcha the moment you log into the gmail account = BAD )
So in total, it is 500 email addresses, hand made.
All email accounts should not be created with the same IP
Let me know if you're up for this, we're looking for at least a full 1 yr relationship if this works out. We need emails on a regular basis.
for those of you programmers, u can write macros to make it easier to create accounts, i have nothing against it, but u need to keep all names and email addresses REAL. no random junk.
here are some notes/additional info
Some notes though:
1. There are 2 types of email account at gawab - web 3.0 and classic. So which one should I choose?
2. I don't see any option for "accessible version" at [url removed, login to view] AKA aim.com.
my answer is:
for gawab , it's classic version that I want,
for [url removed, login to view], once u created a brand new account and signed in, look at the bottom bar of the page , it will have the following> Basic version, Accessible Version , Mail Blog, etc
once u click on 'accessible version', the page refreshes, and a highlighted yellow bar at the top of the page will say>
You're using AOL Mail Basic which is optimized for your computer and browser. Switch to Standard Version.
so that's proof that u already configured accessible version.
Lower bider will be the winner.