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isnoop.net gmail invite spooler

Guys n gals you really have to check this out: isnoop.net gmail invite spooler

Okay the thing about this is that anyone can get a gmail invitation (an invitation to create a Gmail account) in their mailbox! Just enter the anti-bot key (if you don't see it make sure "Show pictures" is enabled in Internet Explorer) and your current email address and click "Send invite". Soon you will get a new email in your inbox, with link to create a Gmail account. Enjoy!

Be sure to thank the person who contributed the invitation to the service. His/her email address will already be in your Contacts list in your new Gmail account.

Share this with everyone! Click the "email post" link below!

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  1. The service closed down... probably because of this post!???

    "I have gotten the word from Gmail's Product Manager that my service is no longer tolerable. At midnight PDT June 7th, 2005, this service was disabled. I would like to extend my sincere thanks to all who contributed to this service. Your generosity helped out a vast number of people and for that you should be proud.

    The gmail spooler email account is now deactivated and any mail sent to it will bounce. If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to drop me a line: email@isnoop.net

    Did you know there was more to this site than just a Gmail invite spooler? Check out some of the other fancy tools and toys I've whipped up.

    --Ian "isnoop" Anthony"

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