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  1. https://vgy.me/2a2Z1O.jpg Contact us demonstration server & enquiry : Skype : likefollowshare ICQ : 702902934 Payment mode : BTC, Perfect Money, Credit Card, Debit card & Paypal
  2. First you need the "JavaMail" API jar. [url=http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/java/javamail/index-138643.html]JavaMail API[/url] Download that and put mail.jar in your jar folder. Okie, here's the mailer and creator. [CODE]/** * Creates a new account for a player using 4 parameters. These will result * in the account details. After the creation process has been executed in * the code, an email will be sent to ensure the account was succefuly * created, and a boolean is set implying that the player has not activated * the account for forum use yet, if you do not have a website, then edit * the code. * * @param username * - Username of the new player * @param Password * - password of the new player * @param Email * - email adress for the message to be sent to * @param Age * - age of the new player */ public static void createAccount(final String username, String password, final String email, final int age) { if (!email.contains("@")) return; if (Utils.containsInvalidCharacter(username)) return; if (username.length() > 12) return; if (password.length() < 8) return; final Player player; try { Cache.init(); } catch (IOException e) { e.printStackTrace(); } player = new Player(password); player.setPlayerIsAwaitingActivation(true, new Runnable() { public void run() { String from = "[email protected]"; String host = ""; Properties properties = System.getProperties(); properties.setProperty("mail.smtp.host", host); Session session = Session .getDefaultInstance(properties); try { // the message setup MimeMessage message = new MimeMessage(session); message.setFrom(new InternetAddress(from)); message.addRecipient(Message.RecipientType.TO, new InternetAddress(email)); message.setSubject("Account created for " + username + "!"); message.setText("Thank you for creating your account at Elixrr! " + "You're gaming experience starts now, blah blah"); Transport.send(message); // close da bitch SerializableFilesManager.savePlayer(player); } catch (MessagingException i) { i.printStackTrace(); } } }); }[/CODE] [CODE]private boolean isAwaitingActivation;[/CODE] [CODE]public void setPlayerIsAwaitingActivation(boolean bool, Runnable event) { isAwaitingActivation = bool; event.run(); }[/CODE]
  3. When i try to register to add my server, it never sends the email -.- i even tried 2 emails, none worked. On the old site i had one but dont remember the login info, but it actually worked -.-
  4. This snippet will help you to add in a basic email system which stores emails for each user that plays your server. You could use this as a recovery process incase somebody looses their account. First, open up player.java and declare this [CODE]public String playerEmail = "";[/CODE] Now in player.java search for: [CODE]public int[/CODE] and declare this int with the rest of them: [CODE]emailSet,[/CODE] Now, Open PlayerSave.java and search for: [CODE]Case 2:[/CODE] and add this: [CODE]} else if (token.equals("character-email")) { p.playerEmail = token2; } else if (token.equals("email-set")) { p.emailSet = Integer.parseInt(token2); [/CODE] Now, in PlayerSave.java search for: [CODE][Character] [/CODE] and add this [CODE]characterfile.write("character-email = ", 0, 18); characterfile.write(p.playerEmail, 0, p.playerEmail.length()); characterfile.newLine(); characterfile.write("email-set = ", 0, 12); characterfile.write(Integer.toString(p.emailSet), 0, Integer.toString(p.emailSet).length()); characterfile.newLine(); [/CODE] Now, Open Commands.java and add this command. [CODE]if (playerCommand.startsWith("setemail") && playerCommand.length() > 5 && c.emailSet == 0) { c.playerEmail = playerCommand.substring(8); c.emailSet += 1; c.sendMessage("Your email has been set, it is " + c.playerEmail); } else if(c.emailSet == 1) { c.sendMessage("Your email is already set."); return; }[/CODE] That's it. Credits: Freezia - 20% Idea and Fixes Me - 80% Made full code structure
  5. I'm wanting to know if this is legit or not.. P [spoiler=Details]From: Runescape ([email protected]) Sent: Sat 3/17/12 7:07 PM To: [email][email protected][/email] [/spoiler] [spoiler=Email]Dear Player, We have received multiple report actions towards your RuneScape account that has lead to it being placed in the "Danger Zone". This means your account is on the verge of being banned or muted depending on each report type. If you are unaware of the rules of RuneScape, please read the rules and conditions located on our home page. Please click the following link and enter your username and password to view your account status or to submit an appeal: [url]https://secure.runescape.com/m=weblogin/g=runescape/loginform.ws?mod=www&ssl=0&dest=account.ws[/url] Please note: Due to a recent bug in our bot detection system, some accounts may have received void infractions. The majority of void infractions have been removed. We urge you to visit the appeal section to appeal any unjustified infractions received due to system errors. Kind regards, The RuneScape Team This is a service email, there is no need to unsubscribe. To ensure you always receive your RuneScape account emails to your inbox, please add [email][email protected][/email] to your email address book. © 2011 Jagex Ltd. Jagex® and RuneScape® are registered trademarks of Jagex Ltd in the United Kingdom and trademarks used in other countries of the world. View our Privacy Policy : [url]http://email.jagex.com/a/tBOr27AB8KDmdB8aUucNtD6Jh.B8KD[/url] mdbG/rs1. This inbox is not monitored and you will not receive a reply to your email Jagex Ltd. St. John's Innovation Centre, Cowley Road, Cambridge CB4 0WS United Kingdom.[/spoiler] I recently started botting, but when I checked my account, I didn't say i was in the "Danger Zone". [ATTACH=CONFIG]4798[/ATTACH]
  6. Ok so my email account was hacked a long time ago, and is now been inactive for ages. i cannot get it back tried so many times, so im turning to the hackers. does anybody know how to hack my old email adress back? please add my skype irdanknight
  7. Im following @Anon_Architect on Facebook and he posted this earlier today: [QUOTE] @YourAnonNews @anonops @AnonymousIRC ***BLAST*** *[/QUOTE] I have used it to crash a few peoples phones and spam email addresses from people I have of FB :') [CENTER][ATTACH=CONFIG]4151[/ATTACH] [ATTACH=CONFIG]4152[/ATTACH][/CENTER] Download link: *
  8. I personally own about 6, and use about 4 of them.
  9. An email adress can be very helpful if your habbit is forgetting your password. So you can set your email adress so you can just send a request to change your password to your email. However if you think about it, if your email gets hacked, the hacker could easily change your password and hack your rs account/items. Personally the chance of me forgetting my password is 1 in a million so i dont think its worth it to do. Tell me what you think.
  10. [CENTER]Received a new Phishing email. Anyone else seen this one yet? I haven't seen it so thought I should share it. Warning: [IMG]http://img406.imageshack.us/img406/8048/phish.png[/IMG][/CENTER]
  11. [COLOR="#FF0000"][SIZE=6][CENTER]Ok well a lot of my friends have asked me how i got my own email like @runelocus.com ok let me show you[/CENTER][/SIZE][/COLOR] [CENTER][COLOR="#FF0000"][COLOR="#0000FF"]Anyone know when e-mail was invented? I don't >.>'. Did Al Gore invent it? Who cares. The point is (actually it really isn't the point...I am just trying to be funny) that email is wide spread across the globe and is used by the poor, the rich, and everything in between. Why use snail mail when you can use e-mail (does that rhyme?). In the early days e-mail was typically provided to you by your ISP such as AOL (@aol.com - remember those?). Now e-mails are more popularly used via third party services such as Gmail or Hotmail. It is nice to have a custom and unique [email][email protected][/email] or [email][email protected][/email] or [insert email here] because it allows us to not only communicate with other people across the world, but also build an online identity. However what if you could have your own custom email. Not just have your own custom email, but get it for free? A ha, I knew that would catch your attention. Today I am here to tell you about how you can get your very own custom email address for free. Unfortunately, the only way to do this for free is to have a [email][email protected][/email] email address instead of a [email][email protected][/email] email address. However that is still better then a generic [email][email protected][/email] or [email][email protected][/email]. Am I right or am I right? Okay if you are ready to take the plunge: In order to get your own custom e-mail address first visit CO.CC and register your desired domain: Three things to note: Not all CO.CC domains will be free. Some may cost money while others will not. For example: dottech.co.cc was free while helloworld.co.cc cost me $4 a year. If you search for a domain and the result shows that you must pay for it, simply search for a different domain name. You can only have four free domains per account. I assume that if you create a new account you can register four more free domains, but I am not sure if that it is "legal" to create multiple accounts or not. Every CO.CC domain comes with a CC.CC domain. While the CO.CC is fully customizable to your needs, the CC.CC is specific to being a "web store" and you cannot change that. Whatever domain you register is what your email address will be. Update: You can now keep CO.CC domains for free forever if it is for personal use. After you have registered your domain from CO.CC, go to Google Apps and click on "Get Started": ***Note: You can use Google Apps for free with any domain (.COM, .NET, .ORG, etc.). The only problem is you won't find a free .COM or .NET or .ORG or any other domain to use with Google Apps. This is why you must stick to a .CO.CC domain if you don't want to pay anything. Don't worry - a .CO.CC domain is similar to a .COM, .NET, .ORG or any other domain. In the page that loads after you hit "Get Started", select "Administrator: I own the domain", type in the domain that you just registered from CO.CC and hit "Get Started": At the next page you will be asked to fill in some information about yourself. Fill out all the "Required" fields (you can also fill out the extra fields if you want) and hit "Continue": At the next page you will have to setup your administrator email account. Fill out all the "Required" fields as you find appropiate and hit "I accept. Continue with setup": After you have hit "I accept. Continue with setup" you are done creating your free Google Apps account with Google. However you still need to active the email service and verify that you own the domain that you signed up with. At the admin panel (the page you are brought to after you hit "I accept. Continue with setup") click on "Verify domain ownership": At the next page there will be a drop down menu. Click on the drop down menu and select "Change your CNAME record". You should then see four step directions show up on your screen. Look at number two. There should be a string of characters in bold something like google23dbs35567: Highlight that string and copy it. Open a new browser tab/window and go back to CO.CC. Click on "Domain Settings" (it is located at the top of your webpage) and login. Click on the name of the domain you used for Google Apps: At the next window click on "Setup": At the next page you will be given three options: "Manage DNS", "Zone Records", and "URL Forwarding". Click on "URL Forwarding". Once you click on "URL Forwarding" fill in the "Redirect to (URL)" text field with "google.com" (without the quotes) and fill in the "Page Title" with "Google Redirect" (without the quotes). After that, there should be a checkbox next to a line that says "Google Apps Email Setup". Check that box. Paste in the text you copied earlier in the "CNAME Record" box that appears. Hit the "Set up" button: Hit "OK" at the confirmation page that tells you your changes were made. Go back to the tab/window where you have the Google Apps page open (if you don't have the tab/window anymore, log back in and go to the "Verify domain ownership" page again). Now hit the "Verify" button. You will be brought back to the Google Apps admin panel. Click on "Activate email": The next page that comes up gives you instructions on how to setup your domain to work with your email. Don't worry about them - we have already taken care of it. Just go to the bottom of the page and click on "I have completed these steps": That is it. You are done. Congratulations you now have your own custom email address! All you have to do is wait until Google verifies your domain and sets up your email. They say it can take upto 48 hours but mine was setup within an hour or two. You will know that your domain was verified and your email was setup when you don't see the "Verify domain ownership" or "Activate email" links at the Admin panel anymore. Once your email is setup, you can access it by going to [url]http://mail.google.com/a/yourdomainname.co.cc[/url]. For example, for me it would be [url]http://mail.google.com/a/dottech.co.cc[/url]. Your email will work like any other Gmail account. If you would like to create more then one @yourdomainname.co.cc email address you will need to login to the Admin panel at [url]http://google.com/a/yourdomainname.co.cc[/url] and click on "Create new users". You can have up to 50 users. Now go and enjoy your new email address and let me know if you have any problems :)[/COLOR][/COLOR][/CENTER]