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That was easy.

Thanks John, I got one instantly at isnoop.

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See, it's easy to get a Gmail Account...

See, KevMo2 just got a gmail account and that user didn't have to ask for one...

Search the internet folks, there are lots of websites that offering the public free Gmail invites. I, myself, am hosting such a distribution site. -- that site's FAQ also lists other such providers.

Search and be enlightened.

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Gmail Invitations available here...

Yes. Gmail is now sending lots of invitations to many people. But still I find many people in need of gmail. So, I started a website
which is something similar to gmail spooler. But I don't allow two invitations to an ip.

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IP Limiting might not be a feasible idea...

Especially with ISP recycling and reallocating IP address to subscribers when he/she reconnects. This would also exclude users that share the same IP space, home with routers will only show that you connect externally with on IP address, so valid multiple users from a single home or a single location will not able to get an invite.

I thought of the same thing earlier but decided to add a throttle instead of pure denial based on IP addresses.

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