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Old 25th September 2011, 17:22
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Hey all,

I have a ispconfig 3 server (newest version)
And i was playing arround with creating a mail address and that sorts of stuff.

But how can i add that to my thunderbird, after allot of trying and trying and more trying i finally got my email on it, but still i cant send mail from thunderbird to someone, i got the message that my smtp server refused the connection,

Basicly, where can i find which ports ispconfig uses for imap, pop and smtp, what encryption techniques and that kind of stuff, all the information i need for a good connection,

I have followed the how to forge perfect tutorial, so it is perfectly installed, also ispconfig monitor gives no errors

Thanks in advance

Kevin Walter
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