Re: free email addresses finding program (files included)

Discussion in 'A+ Certification' started by Leonardo, Dec 5, 2003.

  1. Leonardo

    Leonardo Guest

    What funny is a SPAM, considering that you're flooding thousands of
    mailboxes with junk to people that NEVER asked for it?
    Do you like receiving at least 50 *messages* a day, most of them "your
    pennis is so small, increase it now"?? Or "Buy VICODIN"? Or "Buy Viagra and
    hard rock forever"?
    Have you realized the huge cross-post you submitted?

    You should die in a prision, b.i.t.c.h!


    "univ" <> wrote in message
    news:6gSzb.26988$...
    > This is a free email addresses finding program. It is written in
    > Java. The program is just two Java class files which are the attachment
    > files findaddresses.class and findaddresses$RemindTask.class. You need

    J2SE
    > 1.4.2 or above installed on your computer in order to run it.
    >
    > For example, if you like to search email addresses about the
    > furniture. And you like to do the searching no more than 3 hours, which is
    > 180 minute, then in command prompt, you type:
    >
    > ./java findaddresses furniture 180
    >
    > Then wait a moment, the email addresses will start to pop up.
    > Although, the email addresses are printed on the screen. But if you run

    the
    > program in Unix or Linux operating systems, you can log the output into a
    > log file. After the program finished, the log file should contain the

    email
    > addresses. If the program finishes the searching before 3 hours, it will
    > stop by itself. Please
    > put both class files findaddresses.class and findaddress$RemindTask.class
    > into same directory when run the program. Also your computer should have
    > Internet connection.
    >
    > If you like this program, just send $5 to the following address. Or
    > just feel free to use it and distribute it.
    >
    > Yu Yang
    > 522 Bloomfield Ave
    > Nutley, NJ 07110
    >
    > Make sure your check is payable to Yu Yang. If you have question, please
    > send email to .
    >
    > Although the program only does the searching by one word each time,
    > you may increase its searching amount many times by do the followings: If
    > you have some experiences on computer programming, you can write a simple
    > program to generate a batch file like following (If you do not have any
    > experiences on computer program, just simply type the batch file by
    > yourself)
    >
    > ./java findaddresses word1 timelimit1
    > ./java findaddresses word2 timelimit2
    > ./java findaddresses word3 timelimit3
    > .
    > .
    > .
    > ./java findaddresses wordn timelimitn
    >
    > In each line of batch file, you need specify the key word and time limit.
    > After you finish generating the batch file. Then run the batch file and

    log
    > its output.
    >
    >
    >
     
    Leonardo, Dec 5, 2003
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  2. Leonardo

    Bernie Guest

    On Fri, 05 Dec 2003 06:08:39 GMT, "Leonardo" <>
    wrote:

    >What funny is a SPAM, considering that you're flooding thousands of
    >mailboxes with junk to people that NEVER asked for it?
    >Do you like receiving at least 50 *messages* a day, most of them "your
    >pennis is so small, increase it now"?? Or "Buy VICODIN"? Or "Buy Viagra and
    >hard rock forever"?
    >Have you realized the huge cross-post you submitted?
    >
    >You should die in a prision, b.i.t.c.h!


    Well, he did give you a street address didn't he? I suggest you sign
    him up for all kinds of junk mail advertisements direct to his
    home....

    And as for the email address he posted with, well there are spam lists
    you can get him on too....

    (lol)

    >"univ" <> wrote in message
    >news:6gSzb.26988$...
    >> This is a free email addresses finding program. It is written in
    >> Java. The program is just two Java class files which are the attachment
    >> files findaddresses.class and findaddresses$RemindTask.class. You need

    >J2SE
    >> 1.4.2 or above installed on your computer in order to run it.
    >>
    >> For example, if you like to search email addresses about the
    >> furniture. And you like to do the searching no more than 3 hours, which is
    >> 180 minute, then in command prompt, you type:
    >>
    >> ./java findaddresses furniture 180
    >>
    >> Then wait a moment, the email addresses will start to pop up.
    >> Although, the email addresses are printed on the screen. But if you run

    >the
    >> program in Unix or Linux operating systems, you can log the output into a
    >> log file. After the program finished, the log file should contain the

    >email
    >> addresses. If the program finishes the searching before 3 hours, it will
    >> stop by itself. Please
    >> put both class files findaddresses.class and findaddress$RemindTask.class
    >> into same directory when run the program. Also your computer should have
    >> Internet connection.
    >>
    >> If you like this program, just send $5 to the following address. Or
    >> just feel free to use it and distribute it.
    >>
    >> Yu Yang
    >> 522 Bloomfield Ave
    >> Nutley, NJ 07110
    >>
    >> Make sure your check is payable to Yu Yang. If you have question, please
    >> send email to .
    >>
    >> Although the program only does the searching by one word each time,
    >> you may increase its searching amount many times by do the followings: If
    >> you have some experiences on computer programming, you can write a simple
    >> program to generate a batch file like following (If you do not have any
    >> experiences on computer program, just simply type the batch file by
    >> yourself)
    >>
    >> ./java findaddresses word1 timelimit1
    >> ./java findaddresses word2 timelimit2
    >> ./java findaddresses word3 timelimit3
    >> .
    >> .
    >> .
    >> ./java findaddresses wordn timelimitn
    >>
    >> In each line of batch file, you need specify the key word and time limit.
    >> After you finish generating the batch file. Then run the batch file and

    >log
    >> its output.
    >>
    >>
    >>

    >



    --Bernie
     
    Bernie, Dec 5, 2003
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