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From: Gerard (gerardseibercom.net)
Date: Sun Jan 20 2008 - 12:01:03 CST
On Sun, 20 Jan 2008 09:44:31 -0800
Evan Platt <evanespphotography.com> wrote:
> If you can't use your ISP as a relayhost, you'll need to find out
> what they mean by 'using ports', unless someone on the list happens
> to 'know' what your ISP is talking about.
> Are you able to send mail from within your mail client by specifying
> a SMTP server and username / password? If so, then you can use the
> relayhost option.
If you are referring to the blocking of port 25 by your ISP, then
perhaps you might want to investigate a port forwarding relay service.
There are several available. For starters: http://www.dyndsn.com might
have what you need to get your server running.
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