[BOT] EDU Email Creator Bot

I am sharing this bot cause I found this bot very useful in creating .edu email.

This bot can automatically fill-up the university form for you. I feel that the form is very lengthy and filling up every time can be frustrating. Though you have to do the captcha filling yourself.

Points:-

  1. This bot uses this - https://tempr.email/en/ - service to provide the emails. you can visit the link and put in your email to open the mailbox.

  2. The Crafton Hills university will work best. But it does not accept temp emails. So at the end of the form close the bot and use and email you like Gmail, Hotmail, Yahoo, etc.

  3. Your .edu mail is not 100% guaranteed. But It will help automate the process. It’s up to you to figure out how-to-use the bot.

Requirements:-

  1. Install Firefox (https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/new/)
  2. Download Geckodriver (https://github.com/mozilla/geckodriver/releases)

For those who might not know the benefits of .edu email:

  1. Free amazon prime for 6 months
  2. Unlimited Google Drive (most useful of pirates like you and me)
  3. Google apps for education
  4. Discounted Adobe CC
  5. Microsoft dreamspark
  6. Autodesk software’s
  7. Github student developer pack
  8. Mindsumo
  9. Office 365
  10. Apple Music 50% off
  11. Spotify 50% off
  12. Discounts on Dell products
  13. Discounts on Lenevo products

If anyone has knowledge of python and automation you are free to improve the bot by adding your own code. Tell me if you do that.

Link - Download.

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Special Thanks if it is in linux!

I think you can run in Linux… cause it is written in python. All you need is python and Geckodriver and Firefox. Good luck.

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is it possble to run it using chrome or brave ? im to lazy to download firefox XD

Nope. You will have to make the effort.!

can i use this bot on mac …??,

Yeah there is a geckodriver - for mac - Link
you can read the notes about mac os notarization here - Link.

Geckodriver - https://github.com/mozilla/geckodriver/releases

Please can u show us step by step instructions :slight_smile:

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Steps:

  1. Open the Edu Bot.py
  2. Type in the number of emails you want to have.
  3. Put in how you want the bot to solve the captcha problem.
  4. Choose the college of which you want the .edu mail.
  5. The bot starts.

The program is totally self-explanatory. The program will rerun itself if any attempt fails(as many times it fails).
Other than that there is nothing more to explain.

I tried opening the Edu bot file using python or cmd but I couldn’t do it, I am very new to this kind of files and console commands. Is there any tutorial to run these kind of scripts?

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How to install python - Link
After installing just double click on Edu Bot.py . It should work fine.
Nothing more I can do. It is simple enough. The Geckodriver is in the zip so download not required.
If you still don’t understand it duckduckgo it !

Error:

import requests
ModuleNotFoundError: No module named ‘requests’

Type -

python -m pip install requests

In cmd or shell.

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Yeah @Md_Shoaib_Elias. I forgot to mention. You have to install pip. Installation instruction

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when i try to open edubot.py it just open and closes in a fraction of second… any ideas?

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First, you have to check if you have python 3 installed.
Then check if you have pip installed, run pip -V (capital V). If yes then it’s okay.
Install firefox developer edition - Link.
If everything fails then it might be a path problem. Search online how to fix python path problem. It should be fine.

yeah i got python and pip
got both firefoxes, dev edition and normaln one

path is good, because file gets detected as python

what am I supposed to do with that gecko? i mean, if i want to get this done, i only enter folder and start edubot py? and thats all?

You are not supposed to do anything with gecko. The last thing you can do is check what the error specifically is. If you have IDLE (Python 3.8 64-bit), open Edu Bot.py with IDLE and run the code. Check what error it is giving.
Post it here. Might get a solution then. Otherwise, I can’t think of anything else!

Sorry!

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Sorry can’t help. I don’t have a mac and have not tested in Mac OS. Search it online