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Old 28th May 2006, 04:33
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Originally Posted by falko
Changing ports is no good idea as all SMTP servers are listening on port 25. But you can try to relay your emails through your ISP's mail server or some other mail server to which you have access:
The server itself is sitting in my datacenter. I am not able to send mail from home.. what I want to do is add an additional port that smtp will listen to on top of port 25 so that I can bypass the port 25 block on my home ISP.
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