[SpamCop-List] Re: Port 25 Blocking and Sender Policy Framework
jose at barkerjr.net
Fri Jul 2 21:55:30 EDT 2004
> >> So, think Sender Policy Framework will force ISPs to open port 25 again?
> >> Because you'll have to send email through your web hoster's mail server or
> >> rejected, right?
> > Not really. You'll have to send through whichever servers are listed in
> > your SPF record.
> And with port 25 blocked you will have to use one of the designated alternate
> ports like port 587 which has been previously mentioned.
My hoster doesn't support port 587 and adding all 60 cox.net hosts (acording to
mailhosts) seems a bit tedious to me. Not to mention that I don't have access
to the dns record and would have to ask my hoster to do that, too.
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