A tool you can use to send e-mails from any address in the world. And sometimes get back an answer.
This is what your briefing for today will be about, agent.
As you know, e-mail communication has become an intrinsic part of modern life. It is present in the lives of all, from teenagers to presidents. As such, it can be a very powerful tool in the hands of a capable agent.
Therefore, I would like to introduce you to an important tool of your Spy Kit - the Universal Mailer.
There are similar civilian tools called Fake E-mail, Fake Mailer, Fake Mail, Anonymous E-mail, Anonymous Mail, False Mail, and others. These emulate some of the functions of the Universal Mailer. However, the Agency cannot guarantee their success rate.
With this tool, you can take the e-mail identity of whoever you want, or simply make a new one up. For example you can send someone a mail from Rovio, asking them to help in making the next Angry Birds, or from Tony Stark, asking for some upgrade ideas for the Iron Man suite.
After choosing your sender identity, you can use the rest of the tool as a normal e-mail application. It even has conveniences such as Cc and Bcc, as well as a contact list which automatically stores any new addresses you enter. It's quick, easy, and convenient, and may just be the thing to turn your mission into a successful one.
The tool also has a powerful function called Reply To, which allows you to get responses for the sent e-mail. Basically, it sets a return path for any replies. However it is a tricky function to use, that can sometimes create more problems than solutions, so be sure to read more about it by touching the switch in the Reply To field.
When you start up with the Universal Mailer, your e-mails are limited to 10 per day, in order to prevent misuse. However, as you use the tool, you will level up, and your limit will rise more and more.
This completes the briefing on the Universal Mailer, agent. I would like to add just one more thing. You are solely responsible for the use of this tool, however, always take the time to consider the possible negative consequences of every e-mail you send. And make sure not to use it for negative motives since you will surely be discovered and caught.
Uploaded: Nov 13, 2014 at 22:15 CST