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Keylogger 1.76?


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#1 technical1

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Posted 03 November 2005 - 05:36 PM

Hi guys,
I'm using the trial version of "All In One Keylogger 1.76" - I can't figure out how to get the logs emailed to me; it's asking for an SMTP server if I want to have the logs emailed to me....?? I have no idea what that is.
If anyone has used it or can tell me what an SMTP server is that would be a lot of help.

Thanks

J


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Posted 03 November 2005 - 07:23 PM

J,

I have not used the software before, sorry. However I do know what it's asking when it asks for an SMTP server. Click this link for an overview of how an SMTP server performs it's email function. In essence the software is asking you for the mail server ID. You'll have to get that from the service you use for email. hth

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Posted 04 November 2005 - 02:38 PM

Dear Animal,

THANK YOU! I love that site, I've used it many times, it explains things very well - but I thought I'd post my question just incase anyone else might need help with this stuff in the future :thumbsup: , anyway thanks again.

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Posted 07 November 2005 - 10:12 AM

SMTP is that "other" address that your email client uses. The POP3 stuff is for receiving mail, and the SMTP is for sending mail.

I don't know if you can email yourself from within your ISP, but otherwise, get a gmail account and use that (I've got ton's of invites left) - because you'll have to email from one of your accounts to another one of your accounts..

The SMTP server that it's asking for is the one that it will send the email out on. Usually it's in the format "smtp.xxxxxx.com" or "mail.xxxxxx.com" - but that depends on whoever hosts your mail server. Either check in your email client for the settings, or contact your ISP. Don't forget to check to see if it's secure (SSL, etc) or not.

FWIW - the default email ports are:

POP3 - 110 - unsecured, 995 - secured
SMTP - 35 - unsecured, 465 - secured

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Posted 08 November 2005 - 12:35 PM

Thanks a lot guys!!!!!! I figured it out
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Posted 08 November 2005 - 01:01 PM

I like this thread - I haven't got much to say about it , other than "Thanks for the info"

Is there any way to flag a thread for followup/add it to favorites???

Seems like a waste of posts to post a reply to every interesting thread in order to have it show up in "My Topics"




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