Outgoing SMTP Servers

Tim timphp at progressivemarketingnetwork.com
Tue Oct 25 03:33:02 CDT 2011


This sadly is very common. It is getting more common by the day it seems but
this practice has started almost a decade ago.

An easy work around is to use a custom port as they seem to just block port
25 as a bad port but leave just about everything else open including 2525
which seems to be a common secondary smtp port for hosting companies.




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