How do I add a "Stuffing" file to an Interspire email

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  1. R0ckStun

    R0ckStun New Member

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    I'm using an install of Interspire and am looking to add a "stuffing" file to the email to help with in-boxing. How do I add it to the email without it showing, but still allowing it to add to my in-boxing ability?

    thx
     
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    You have two options here:

    1. learn the right way to inbox via better creatives, White Listing, warming IPs, builing IP reputation, etc.

    2. Go to BHW and read their thread on this.

    If you decide to go with option #1 - I think you'll find members here willing to help you. If option #2 is the way you really want to go, you'll find yourself banned here.

    That should make things easy for you.

    :idea:
     
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    I think he's talking about content stuffing not cookie stuffing. I think that's a pretty standard practice with a lot of mailers.
     
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    I think nymailer is right.

    There is no way to do it without you paying someone to mod interspire.
     
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    1. stop using interspire.
    2. no amount of content 'stuffing' will help if your ips are shit or you have flagged content.

    if you still want to do this, there's several approaches..

    invalid html such as not closing an open html tag.
    html comments
    invalid html tags
    style settings in your font tag.

    or he's talking about sending to seeds to help with rep ?
    if so, i'm sorry to report that ship has sailed over two years ago.
     
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    While I can't say for sure one way or the other, I wanted to remain as open to a legitimate question/technique as I could. Upon a quick Google search for the exact term used in the OP, I found BHW in the top of the responses. So that lead me to my post.

    However - if it's simply a wording issue and it's not "stuffing" per se as I saw it and more just using alt or hidden text then you're right and it is used by a lot of mailers. I won't say that I still don't have my doubts but I'm taking a precautionary stance and simply pointing out options for this user.

    You guys all know we run a clean forum here. But let's see how it goes...

    :viking:
     
  7. Fun4uoc

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    Better safe than sorry. If he were indeed talking about stuffing a delicious tasty treat, that is now no longer just a violation of a sites TOS, but is now a felony. Just ask Shawn Hogan.
     
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    definitely don't need a influx of BHW shitheads here, you should just ban the word interspire here lol
    it would remove 90% of the dregs
     
  9. IronApe

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    Interspire is old news, geriatric code, not worth building anything around, buuuuut a quick easy fix if your trying to fool the bays filter (content stuffing = trick spam assassin Baysion filter = build a sick creative - is I assume what your asking) is to shove a wikipedia article in a white div. It will screw the b-filters. Its doesn't random per email, but you can hit 500k in GI with it before getting recognized by the checksums. Use this:
    <div style="font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 6pt; color:#FFF; text-align:left">
    "Sweet ass wiki hotness content and porn"
    </div>

    Check through spam assassin first to make sure your content doesn't trigger goat ball spamness.....
     
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    oh, the forum didn't post my code, PM me....
     
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    This trick is about as old as filters. Horoscopes work well. =)
     
  12. IronApe

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    I like that, I use Wikipedia articles.

    I just noticed it did post my code when I highlighted it, but it posted it in a white div haha, just like how it shows up in my mail:)

    Ok lets see if this works:

    So open your interspire page where you mess with the html creative, if I remember interspire has an html view, click the button which renders your html code.

    So open your HTML

    Open your body

    Put your reg email creative HTML code in here:

    After your regular email creative put:
    div style="font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif; font-size: 6pt; color:#FFF; text-align:left"
    (Each HTML command Must be in < > of course:)

    Then Wikipedia or horoscope content

    Then /div
    /body
    /html
    (Each command Must be in < > of course:)

    Oh and make sure you have enough, Have to have at least 5k worth of content in there.
     
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