|FROM ||Ruben Safir
|SUBJECT ||Re: [Hangout - NYLXS] Adding Additional domains and outgoing email
> I hope that makes some sense. But I still don't
> understand your statement that "It is hitting on port
> 587" I'm not sure what you mean by "It".
It means that thunderbird, outside the network, is reaching across the
internet and tickling port 587 on postfix and it doesn't care... it
still throws up a block like it was accessing port 25. Spamhause claims
it should allow this, but it doesn't It is blocked. Postfix triggers a
request to spamhaus and it returns a RBL block.
> Is "It" your
> Postfix server connecting to the remote ISP mail server
> on port 587, and failing to authenticate there? If so,
> the above should help. But if you are referring to
> something connecting to your Postfix server on port
> 587, then I'm probably still misundertanding the nature
> of your problem.
> P.S. The URLs above are inaccessible. Perhaps they only
> exist for their customers. The optimum.custhelp.com
> domain doesn't even resolve to an address for me.
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