[SpamCop-List] Re: Comcast considers "clever" anti-spam idea
baloo at ursine.ca
Wed May 26 01:24:42 EDT 2004
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"KronaTech" <pobox.spamcop at kronatech.net> writes:
> "Jim Seymour" <jseymour at spamcop.net> wrote in message
> news:c8vshg$5ub$1 at news.spamcop.net...
>> The latter. The configuration that matters is what port does the
>> receiving system listen to? And SMTP servers, by definition, listen on
>> port 25. If you change the sender to use another port, it might get
>> past the firewall, but the receiver won't know what to do with it.
>> Looking at your HTML server example: If you set your server to use
>> another port, you have to also instruct the client to use that same
>> port. eg: http://example.com:8080/
> I'm sorry to disagree with Jim, as he is right, they do listen on 25 - but
> he has forgotten that there are port redirection services like DynDNS.org
Where do you get the impression that dyndns.org is a port redirection
service? I'm a lifetime member grandfathered in from when I joined
about a year after Monolith (ml.org) went away. Correct me if I'm
wrong, but dyndns.org has never been in the port redirection business.
Pfft, as if it's even possible to be in the port redirection business
to start with without being your ISP...
<baloo at ursine.ca>
Linux. You can find a worse OS, but it costs more.
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