André Michel Descombes wrote:
> Hello,
> for quite a few years I have been using an application I wrote using
> the THtmlSmtpCli component using the default port 'smtp'. The problem
> I am encountering now is that my internet provider has decided to
> block port 25 in order to avoid spam.
> Is it possible to simply change port to '26' ? 

Yes it is, provided that port 26 isn't blocked and the SMTP server is 
actually listening on port 26. GMail, for instance, provides port 587
as an alternate to port 25 (explicit SSL thru command STARTSSL). 


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