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Old 29th June 2013, 08:23
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Originally Posted by tahunasky View Post
When you say "remote client" do you mean a client (outlook/thunderbird/live mail etc) from a remote location outside your local LAN ?

If so have you checked that the ports are open on the router/server, and being forwarded from router to server, and that the client is using the correct ports.

Webmail uses port 80/443, where a client will use port 110/995 for pop3, 143/993 imap and 25/587 smtp usually depending on your setup.
Yes mean email client.

It is not a port issue as i can connect to other email accounts on the server that use the shared IP, it is just the 2 domains that i have allocated there own dedicated IP address!

I have tried to telnet to newipdomains.com on port 25 and 587 from both remote machine and on the server, but get connection refused error on both?
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