Catchall is good but I think you can easily get banned on the domain level if you are a heavy SER user like me. (think about all the spamming you do in your lower tiers for all your projects!) So all your domain emails will be blacklisted no matter what they are. Also you can't use catchall email on your own moneysite domain!!. I don't think this is a smart move at all. Not only your domain will be blacklisted on Famous spam services but some REALLY angry webmasters will go ahead and file some complains to your hosting company!! or/and try to blacklist your site as a malware/bad reputation domain on some famous services!!. And believe me this is easier than you might think it is. That means you will get in SERIOUS troubles and to avoid this you have to buy new domains,manage them , host them..etc then use catchall email on them!!!. And that really sucks for the most of us.
So my suggestion is to have an " Automatic check for blacklisted emails in x amount of days and replace them if required " as follows example :
1- Text file with all our hotmail accounts loaded like this
2- SER automatically grab a random working email from this file each time a new project is added ( let's say it's email number 1 for instance ) and change the text file to :
So now GSA SER knows that email-1 is already used and will not pick it up on the next run.
3- After X amount of days according to user settings , SER will automatically check emails in each project for blacklisting on major services and if the email is blacklisted it will verify all emails in the blacklisted email first
then mark it as blacklisted on the text file and replace it with the next random email available on file ( email-3 for instance ) ... so the file will look like this :
And so on!
I think this will be a killer feature!. All we have to do is to load the file with a 500 fiverr emails every now and then and let SER do it's magic!. And you will never have to worry about blacklisted emails again and/or go through the hassle of changing/editing 30/40 projects every now and then! or setting up new catchall emails/host them/ manage them...etc.@Sven
What do you guys think ?