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    0bsolete's Avatar Corporal
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    Evilpage help

    All right, I set up a phishing site, tested it and secured it. I have my proxies in place, a couple alternate sets of info and I'm pretty much ready to go as far as I can tell. I used evilpage to send an email to myself last night. I waited about an hour thinking it might take a while and went to sleep. This morning I had nothing in my inbox. I tried again but sent mail that, instead of the normal html letter, just had some random letters and got it within 2 minutes. I tried again with a html letter and once again got nothing.

    Any idea whats going on and how I can get around it?

    Note: I'm using the email from Moji's pishing scam

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    Zaphry's Avatar Contributor CoreCoins User
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    Your email has spam blocker.. don't know how to turn it off, but suggesting to use soom.cz fake mailer. Been using it many times and it is pretty good cause it also supports html emails.

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