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Re: [tor-talk] Help with getting a good automated sign up script for an email service on TOR
If your willing to use a few servers one could be a Tor Node and one could
be an Email Relay which seemed normal and custom code your project..
Sent from my Android so do not expect a fast, long, or perfect response...
On Sep 17, 2013 10:26 AM, "Conrad Rockenhaus" <conrad@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Thanks. The service that I'm starting up is connecting to external mtas
> that aren't tor exit nodes. So basically, the way tormail was set up to a
> degree. Starting out small until so I can prove the viability so people
> will start using and hopefully donating either bandwidth or etc to keep it
> There's going to be one major difference between this project and tormail
> though - the data/web backend won't be in one place. More on that later,
> I'm trying to get the proof of concept off the ground.
> On Sep 17, 2013 10:11 AM, "Harold Naparst" <harold@xxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > > http://eq4xhu6y7nmemcb2.onion/squirrelmail
> > > is almost online. Working out some kinks and need to get the bigger
> > > set up. However, I need to find a good automated sign up script
> > I
> > > don't feel like coding one. Anyone know of a good one? I've tried the
> > > Google and came up empty handed.
> > Rock, you can check out mine: http://secmailmzz5xe4do.onion
> > I haven't had time to add a CAPTCHA yet, because I'm more interested in
> > working on getting mail sent to non-onion sites to use the tor network
> > without leaking DNS and so on. The registration script depends on how
> > are storing your login information, and there are a lot of ways to do
> > I'm using vpopmail, and I hacked vqregister, which is mentioned in the
> > squirrelmail plugins page. Vqregister is truly horrible, and I had to
> > it pretty badly to get it to work. If you want it, though, you can have
> > it. But probably you're using something else (like
> > and so the architecture won't work for you.
> > This hidden mail service will probably only be useful for mail to other
> > .onion sites, because most large e-mail providers block e-mail from tor
> > exit nodes, as I found out during testing.
> > Harold
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