In recent months, due to the intensive development of MailBot functionality, notifications about updates were published only in Telegram and Twitter. It’s time to fix this, later more articles will be published with a detailed description of the added functionality between versions 8.26 and 9.21.
So, MailBot account creator updated to version 9.25.
Subtab “Numbers” on “SMS” tab now shows not only the count of available phone numbers for the selected country on the current phone verification service, but also the price per SMS in the service currency:
Price display is now supported by:
If the price is zero, then Read more »
Since Mail.com prohibits signups from the CIS countries, many people can not check by themselves and often ask me a list of all its domains. As of July 4, 2018 Mail.com allows to create mailbox on 191 domains:
|.com (160)||.net (25)||.org (6)
Attention! Jabber email@example.com no longer works, because Google completely disabled XMPP support for your own domain last year, and there are no free alternatives.
To date my work jabber is firstname.lastname@example.org, it is listed on the contacts page.
All customers who purchased MailBot or other software from me in jabber email@example.com, please add a new JID firstname.lastname@example.org to your contact list or contact other communication channels.
MailBot account creator updated to version 8.26.
“Checker” tab now has the new field to specify the path to the list of unchecked accounts:
The checker will save accounts that it could not check (unknown account type, unknown HTTP(S)-proxy error, etc.) in this list. Do not hesitate to send such accounts to the developer and the cheker will be trained to recognize them correctly. Controls on the “Checker” tab are now located in the same way as on the “Creator” tab.
Message with the result of checker work became more informative, it now displays Read more »
MailBot account creator updated to version 8.17.
Account creator and checker of AOL.com, one of the most popular email provider, was implemented!
Active POP3, IMAP and SMTP on aol.com domain is at your service. You need to receive one SMS (prices are from $0.02 on 5sim.net) and recognize one simple AOL CAPTCHA (well recognized by CapMonster 2) to create an account on AOL.com.
Important! AOL is very picky about phone numbers and does not allow all countries to signup and even not all phone numbers from the allowed country. Below is the current statistics on successful/unsuccessful signups from countries now available on SMS-verification services (updated January 31, 2018):
Allowed countries: USA, China, United Kingdom, Latvia, Ukraine, Kazakhstan.
Prohibited countries: Russian Federation, Indonesia, Philippines.
Unable to test due to lack of numbers: Spain, Denmark.
AOL asks an answer to a security question every time you enter into the “Account Info” section by the Web, therefore it is recommended to check ”Secret question answer” checkbox from the “Save additional data” panel on the “Export” tab.
As always, the update is completely free for Read more »