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Originally Posted by guyladouche View Post
Two connections coming from two sources--one is their wired connection, from their cable modem. The other is from a wireless signal from their mobile phone acting as a wifi access point. The question was whether they can use two connections simultaneously in windows, telling specific applications which connection to use.
How come he couldn't write it that way?
    
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How come he couldn't write it that way?
Actually, he did--I missed it at first too, but he corrected me in a later post.
    
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Way to help a spammer guys!

To answer your question, it might be possible. How are you planning on sending out these e-mails?
Edited by trueg50 - 12/28/10 at 11:02am
    
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Way to be helpful with your two posts in this thread...



Two connections coming from two sources--one is their wired connection, from their cable modem. The other is from a wireless signal from their mobile phone acting as a wifi access point. The question was whether they can use two connections simultaneously in windows, telling specific applications which connection to use.
My apologies. Well, sounds like you're the real master of networking here.
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Way to help a spammer guys!

To answer your question, it might be possible. How are you planning on sending out these e-mails?
I use software to collect emails from specifically targeted demographic areas and businesses. Yes you are required to have some common sense when using it. You have to add unsubscribe buttons to your email, and properly identify your self and be targeting a specific group and or person. Otherwise its spam. I mainly target local schools and business for my services.

people can generally tell when they are getting an email from an actually person and if it will lead to face to face business.

Email marketing is a very good way to run a small business and its more effective than just about anything. COST = 0

Spammers have damaged it severely already
because of the spam act of 2003 here in America.

Anyway....

My main reason for this, is because my IP is always the same. Google has a cap of 500 sent mails per day. I cant take the chance of google baning my ip etc....

If they did my life would come to a screeching halt.
Because everything from my personal gmail account is synced with my phone, emails, phone numbers, i can go on and on. If Google bans ip or closes an account, all my info on my phone goes bye bye too. This is why i hate the idea of cloud and people will soon realize its a bad idea too.
There is just too much anti business anymore. Seems like they want everyone to work for the monopoles like walmart and taco bell. I dont like the idea of an hourly slave, but thats what most people are going to grown into , in this new age.

BTW
You CAN use 2 internet protocols, its a bit complex.
Thats why iam asking, but yes it is possible.

Its like overclocking and a n00b says no you cant make it go faster than Intel set it too.
But in reality you can use the FSB to Manipulate the processor.

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Originally Posted by guyladouche View Post
Regular Windows 7 will do load-balancing between two (or more) connections from the same original IP address, but it won't allow for directing one program to use one connection and another to use a second one if it's between a wired and wireless connection.
Thats what makes this difficult for me XD
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My apologies. Well, sounds like you're the real master of networking here.
Look, if you want to help him out, go ahead, especially since you claim to be doing something very similar to what he is trying to do. But if you don't feel like helping, then there's no need to thread crap and post useless replies.
    
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I use software to collect emails from specifically targeted demographic areas and businesses. Yes you are required to have some common sense when using it. You have to add unsubscribe buttons to your email, and properly identify your self and be targeting a specific group and or person. Otherwise its spam. I mainly target local schools and business for my services.

people can generally tell when they are getting an email from an actually person and if it will lead to face to face business.

Email marketing is a very good way to run a small business and its more effective than just about anything. COST = 0

Spammers have damaged it severely already
because of the spam act of 2003 here in America.

Anyway....

My main reason for this, is because my IP is always the same. Google has a cap of 500 sent mails per day. I cant take the chance of google baning my ip etc....

If they did my life would come to a screeching halt.
Because everything from my personal gmail account is synced with my phone, emails, phone numbers, i can go on and on. If Google bans ip or closes an account, all my info on my phone goes bye bye too. This is why i hate the idea of cloud and people will soon realize its a bad idea too.
There is just too much anti business anymore. Seems like they want everyone to work for the monopoles like walmart and taco bell. I dont like the idea of an hourly slave, but thats what most people are going to grown into , in this new age.

BTW
You CAN use 2 internet protocols, its a bit complex.
Thats why iam asking, but yes it is possible.

Its like overclocking and a n00b says no you cant make it go faster than Intel set it too.
But in reality you can use the FSB to Manipulate the processor.



Thats what makes this difficult for me XD

Have you looked into using Mail Chimp for your purposes?
Edited by ComGuards - 12/29/10 at 10:09am
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post #18 of 20
How about resetting IP? If your not using a static IP, you can obtain a new ip address w/ a dsl connection just buy resetting your modem and router or renewing your DHCP lease in your router.

w/ a cable connection, you have to spoof your wan mac address. No problem if your using a decent router.
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EDIT: business or not I don't condone what your doing at all but you asked for help. a LOT of discussion takes place here about pirating software without actually saying "I pirate software" so whats the difference between helping them, or helping you?! at least you have the balls to say "yeah, but it's a correct spam"...

so heres how ya do it...

EDIT 2: I wrote "NIC card" and have confused myself... does the acronym stand for "Network Interface Controller" or "Network Interface Card"?
Edited by Damarious25 - 12/30/10 at 8:28am
    
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You can hook both up to your pc, essentially putting you on two networks (You can be on wired and wireless at the same time) You can even check this info in the command line. Furthermore, I know the connection you transmit on is based on a numerical value, a "health" value if you will. Although, It is not referred to as a "health" value but something else - I cant remember the exact name. Anyways, There is a command you can use to bring this information up but I cant remember it either. (I Just spent 10 minutes looking for it on google too.) The thing is though, I don't believe you can "force" your machine to transmit on a specific adapter for certain tasks. From what it sounds like, you are worried about clogging your home network when sending your mass emails and want to browse or whatever while you send. My suggestion is to maybe google things from that end. Figure out what other marketing people do when sending mass emails - maybe there's a better way than pursuing it than this angle.

-good luck
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