RE: exim port
> email@example.com wrote:
> >I have a question regarding exim. Looks like my ISP blocked
> port 25. How to
This came up as a topic on the exim-users list this week.
> You want exim to listen to another port (say 21) AND port 25
> (so you can receive email). in exim4:
You should use port 587 for client submissions - there is no point in
listening on other ports unless you also control the sending MTA and can set
the destination port there as all standard email traffic happens on 25.
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