Discussion in 'General' started by ikrudolf, Feb 18, 2013.
My ISP blocks port 25.
What's the best way to get around this?
Use port 587
So the only thing I have to do is
and restart Postfix?
How should I test it?
if you are not using a firewall than that is all you will need to do on the server.
Make sure that you setup the client to use the SMTP port 587 instead of port 25
Port 587 is open, checked by http://www.yougetsignal.com/tools/open-ports/
Test with (squirrel) webmail but email is not delivered yet?
It looks like mail is sent but it's not arrived in the mailbox?
Are there any things I can check, config or test?
to use smtp port 587 but still messages don't arrive to destination.
Did you configure an email account in ISPConfig?
What's in /etc/postfix/master.cf? What's the output of
I'm trying to use smtp2go and critsend as relay smtp service.
The servers queue is very full and a lot of mail get's send. But the biggest problem that a lot of mails get bounced (and the services disable my account)
What can I do about this?
i guess its a smtp /smtpd problema. you may relay only inside? try first send a local mail.
in case you use postfix, can you post the config from
1 ## Try send a mail via command line.. this will show up error messages if any
sh# telnet <yourlocaldomain> <port>
mail from: user@<yourlocaldomain>
rcpto to: <destinationmail>
2 #### post some log files
tail -f /var/log/mail.err
I can send mail from command line, all mails arrive. My port 25 isn't blocked anymore but the issue with sending mail still is there.
When I send mail to firstname.lastname@example.org I have a forward in ispconfig it should forward it to my gmail email@example.com
It looks like it has been send but doesn't arrive in my mail box. When I send mail to firstname.lastname@example.org from command line it arrives in my mail box.
No error when I send mail to email@example.com in /var/log/mail.err
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