andrewgroup Posted January 19, 2008 Report Share Posted January 19, 2008 AT&T, US largest DSL provider will soon require that all email sent from an DSL user account must be sent with the from address matching the master onfile email account. No big deal to match this, but they are also eliminating PORT 25 as the sender and using SSL in it's place. This will disable or require a small remote office to have their own SMTP mail sender. the chhanges are; Change the SMTP port to 465 and check the option labeled Use an encrypted connection (SSL). Change the POP3 port to 995 and check the option labeled Use an encrypted connection (SSL). To get access to port 25, you now must accept a waiver and the fine print is legaleaze and I'm sure it's in their favor. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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