jscott at gravityfree.com
Wed Sep 3 11:32:39 CDT 2008
> Why don't you set the alternate ports up as the defaults when the
> customer signs up?
Excellent question and unfortunately I don't have an answer. I will run
that one by management as it is an obviously great idea now that you
> We use TLS on port 587 and SSL on 465, most mail clients default to
> these ports when you click the "TLS" or "SSL" box. Bonus-- we tell our
> clients that "we only support encrypted access to their mail". They
We also support SSL access for SMTP and POP, so that could be a
possibility as well.
I appreciate the feedback on this from everyone. I'm still not 100%
convinced that a blanket port block is the answer, but then again I'm
not an ISP so my opinion shouldn't be on the top of the list of
considerations either. I do have some things to think about for new
customers though <g>.
-Justin Scott, GravityFree
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