MailBot has been updated to version 13.17.
Implemented the creation of aliases for Mail.ru accounts.
Important! The creation of aliases is currently supported only for accounts verified by SMS.
Aliases can be created both by the creator (after a successful account creation) and by the checker (for already existing accounts).
To create one alias, you need to solve one regular Mail.ru CAPTCHA image.
So far, aliases are created only on the same domain as the main account.
Created aliases are saved in a separate file with a name like “Mail.ru 2021.05.26 – 12.09.53 aliases.txt” in the “Accounts” folder.
Important! Updated the list of working domains and the API domain for the Interimail API. Unfortunately, access to the domains tavel.ga, tavel.cf, interimail.ga, interimail.cf, interimmail.ga, and interimmail.cf has been lost. Similar domains have been added instead.
Also implemented in MailBot 13.17:
- background update of balances of all CAPTCHA service accounts when opening the “CAPTCHA” tab:
- handling “not enough rating” error in 5SIM.net API (it was displayed in log as EAccessViolation error when trying to get a phone number)
- added code for Read more »
MailBot account creator updated to version 12.98.
Account creator and checker of Norwegian email provider Runbox was implemented.
New service is located on the “EU” sub-tab of the “Provider” tab.
There are 29 domains at your service:
as well as active access via IMAP, POP3 and SMTP.
It is enough to solve one hCaptcha and specify an alternative email to create Runbox account. You can use “Use randomly generated temporary mailbox” setting on the “Accounts” tab. POP3 / IMAP / SMTP activation occurs automatically after account creation.
Both the Runbox creator and checker support the creation of up to 5 aliases for each Runbox account. To create aliases, enable the “Create aliases” checkbox on the “Accounts” tab and select an exact or random number of aliases to create. Created aliases are saved in a separate file named “Runbox 2021.05.17 – 16.29.07 aliases.txt” in the “Accounts” folder.
Important! Each alias accepts mail on Read more »