Re: Benefits to forcing remotes to use my SMTP?
- On Fri, Dec 29, 2006 at 08:00:31PM +0100, mouss wrote:
> Giving users the possibility to use your server for mail submission is aIf submission is on port 25, and this why submission should be on
> service that you give them. This is sometimes helpful to avoid the need
> to change the mail settings [...]
> On the other hand, some ISPs will block port 25 and thus force users to
> relay through their servers.
port 587, ISPs should not be blocking that. If DKIM ever becomes the
expected norm, a submission service will be desirable.
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