On Tuesday 17 May 2005 01:13 pm, Marty Pokojski wrote:
> Greetings -
>  I have a remote domain that can pop, but not send (from home location). I
> got them to be able to send from their office location, but had to add
> their router IP to the /etc/tcp.smtp file.
>   Now from home...the user can pop...but when they try to send, it tells
> them they can not connect to the smtp server.  I have roaming users
> enabled for vpopmail. WHat am I missing?

a lot of ISPs nowadays are blocking port 25 outbound.

this is probably the situation.  You'll have to set up an additional smtp 
service on an alternate port (587 is the defacto standard).

I would recommend setting up an SSL wrapped service with SMTP AUTH on port 
465, to protect your users' login information.


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