Re: [Evolution] Changing Port 25 to Port 587
- From: Kojak T <kojak t gmail com>
- To: John Maxwell <jmaxwell frii com>
- Cc: evolution-list <evolution-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: [Evolution] Changing Port 25 to Port 587
- Date: Fri, 16 Oct 2009 15:47:52 -0600
On Thu, 2009-10-15 at 22:01 -0700, John Maxwell wrote:
Verizon is my ISP in CA but my email is from my old ISP in CO.
JohnAt 06:25 PM 10/15/2009, you wrote:
It depends on what provider you use. it just happened to be
smtp.live.com for msn, but Verizon might use something else.
However, typically pop uses mail.xxx.com and smpt, mostly smtp.xxx.com
On Thu, 2009-10-15 at 17:56 -0700, John Maxwell wrote:
Kojak T ,
I'll give that a try tonight. Did you type smtp. in the server name? as
the default is mail.xxx.com in my setup.
On Thu, 2009-10-15 at 15:46 -0700, John Maxwell wrote:
My ISP (Verizon) changed the rules for sending email. They now require
using port 587 to send email instead of the default port 25. I
the change on my 2 windows machines using Eudora 7 with ease
Evolution to work has been a problem. It still received email but will
not send. I have changer the SMTP server name to include :587
at the end
but still no luck. I am running Ubuntu 8.1o on the desktop and 8.04 on
the netbook with the same results.
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I use port 587 on my Hardy 8.04 for an msn account. (smtp.live.com:587)
But I do also use TLS instead SSL encryption to make it work. You might
want to try that. At first when I tried using SSL it didn't work.
Switching to TLS made it work.
No virus found in this incoming message.
Checked by AVG - www.avg.com
Version: 8.5.421 / Virus Database: 270.14.17/2436 - Release Date:
If your Email is at another ISP, you can retrieve with pop from
anywhere, but some ISP's don't allow Relaying, and therefore sometimes
block smtp to another ISP. You will have to use the SMTP server from
your active ISP. Or another option is using a google account to send
email. This way you can always send through the google smtp servers.
or have your emails for your domain hosted by a hosting company as
Don't know if I'm clear with my explanation.
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