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Port 25 redirection....
edited March 2004
Does anyone know of a port 25 redirection service. I need it to save my mail server becuase my ISP blocks port 25.
In lamers terms It goes something like this....
Port Port redirection
> my server on
port my port 100 port 100.
Moved to Mail Serverers.
Well, there's NoIP (
), but that costs 40US$/Yr.
You could run it on a different port.
You may be able to get a friend to bounce Port 25 off of.
Yeah just use a different port...
Im using port 666 instead of 25 and it sends!
But..it doesn recieve
Your ISP probably blocks it... Qwest could send but not recieve for me... But Verizon works every time!
You can sent it a different macine as you can SEND to port 25, if they blocked that then noone'd be able to get Email!
You can't recive because the remote SMTP svr isn't configured to send Email to your port 666.
The ideal solution is this:
Remote svr > (25) Transcription svc > (666) You
The Transcription svc is what NoIP is about, a svr that is connect to the Inet that forwards anything coming into port 25 to a certian remote machines port 666.
I'm still trying to figure out how a ISP can block your ports. Do they have you connected like a local lan?
I think you can use anyport to send email, Its just on reciving it from your POP3 or IMAP server.
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