[pskmail] Re: Comcast.net blocking outbound mail.

Mmm web mail is not the same.
So we do not know for sure if you can send mail at all from you ISP
connection.
If all other ideas fail you may have to install a mail app to prove you
do not have a wider problem.
73 Roger
On 22/02/12 21:56, Bernard Dekok wrote:
> I can do it from webmail.
> Don't have Outlook Express.
> 
> 
> On Wed, Feb 22, 2012 at 3:22 PM, G6CKR <radio@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
> <mailto:radio@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
> 
>     Can you send mail using comcast from a normal mail app like
>     Thunderbird etc?
>     73 Roger G6CKR
>     On 22/02/12 20:07, Bernard Dekok wrote:
>     > Hi,
>     >
>     > I am tired of trying all kinds of combinations of smtp servers to
>     get my
>     > mail out.
>     > Especially on Gmail.com
>     > My ISP is Comcast.net
>     >
>     > According to various blogs they are notorious for blocking ports
>     to mail
>     > servers in residential areas.
>     > They want all mail to go outbound through their smtp server,
>     > smtp.comcast.net <http://smtp.comcast.net> <http://smtp.comcast.net>
>     > This to thwart spammers, but they are also throwing out the baby with
>     > the bath water.  - US !
>     > We are not here to spam, but to set up a radio email system that could
>     > be used well in emergencies, such as natural disasters, wide area
>     > Internet outages, etc. etc.
>     >
>     > Sooo, I also tried all kinds of combinations for my outbound mail with
>     > *smtp.comcast.ne <http://smtp.comcast.ne>
>     <http://smtp.comcast.ne>*t.... No luck !
>     > Short of changing my ISP, what do I do ?
>     >
>     > Who knows how to set up the PSKMail server for working outbound with
>     > Comcast.net as ISP ?
>     > This could be a show stopper....
>     >
>     > A case of beer if you can help.
>     >
>     > KC9SGV
> 
> 
> 


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