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Re: Re: detect ISP's legitimate SMTP server
From: Savvy95 () gmail com
Date: 8 Mar 2011 00:52:40 -0000

As a quick solution, you could install an SMTP server on your machine so you can send email.

Not all email providers accept email from non authenticated servers, but many do.

It's a simple and quick test to find out.  That way you don't have to rely on a 3rd party ISP.

Hope this helps

Glen Victor
CISSP, CEH, ITIL, MCTIP, MCDBA

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