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I am trying to set up a home email server on my Verizon DSL connection, but I believe port 25 outbound is blocked. How do I fix this problem? Do I need to configure my home email server to connect to outgoing.verizon.net on port 587? If so, will I need to use Verizon login credentials to establish that connection?
Just to clarify - I am trying to set up a home email SERVER, not an email client. I am using Postfix as my MTA and need it to be able to connect to another MTA (perhaps outgoing.verizon.net?) so that it can transfer emails from my server to the outside world.
If this is not the way to correct the problem I'm having, can you please let me know how? Thanks.
25 is blocked across most servers these days. Verizon only allows it within there network to their mail SMTP server.
In general mail servers no longer use smtp but ESMTP
Recommended for ESMTP is using 465 which also requires setting ssl security on. And incoming as 995 and ssl. Or using 587 and 110.