|1) The remailers you can choose
from are taken from the file 'remailers.txt' which resides in your EasyMailer directory.
You can add or remove remailers by editing this file with notepad. These sites contain
information about remailers that are active:
2) Even if you use a remailer it may be
possible to identify you if you use an SMTP server that the recipient suspects may have
been used. For example if you send an email Anonymously and the recipient suspects that
you sent it, then they may may go to your ISP and ask them to look at their SMTP server
logs. In those logs it may be found out that you sent an email through a
remailer. So you may like to use a different SMTP server than usual.
3) Many SMTP servers require that a valid
email address is supplied for the From field, so if you get an error whilst sending the
email check that the From and To email addresses are valid (they can be anyones email
4) Remailers are not known for being
reliable, they are often very slow, or will just loose your message. There is no way to
confirm delivery of the email if it is sent Anonymously.