email notification to smtp non-standard port possible

Discussion in 'NOD32 version 2 Forum' started by Joe Presto, Jun 11, 2005.

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  1. Joe Presto

    Joe Presto Registered Member

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    Hi, many isps (including two I'm on here) block OUTBOUND port 25 access now. Can nod32 support sending virus alert email to non-standard ports?

    I tried using a ":2525" after the fqdn, but didn't seem to work.

    Thanks - Joe
     
  2. rumpstah

    rumpstah Registered Member

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    Hi Joe:

    Welcome to Wilders!

    Does the smtp server require authentication?

     
  3. Joe Presto

    Joe Presto Registered Member

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    Yes, I'm using dyndns.org's mailhop outbound. Basic smtp auth, which I believe I had set correctly.

    Thanks - Joe
     
  4. Joe Presto

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    By any chance, is this feature on the development list? Should be minimal effort to implement - allow hostname:port in the field and parse it out.

    All the ISPs my customers are on have blocked outbound port 25 to anything other than their mail server, and I'd much rather route them through a third party relay.

    Thanks - Joe
     
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