I am unable to send emails through the standard SMTP port, what now?

If your ISP is blocking relaying through the standard SMTP port on 25 it is advisable to change the port setting to 26. This should bypass all ISP network spam policies and you will connect directly to our mail servers. On our USA Windows servers we utilize port 366 as a secondary SMTP port.

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