pine and sendmail problems
janina at rednote.net
Wed Feb 16 10:02:55 EST 2005
A nmap -P0 on the ISP's address would tell us quickly what mail ports
Gregory Nowak writes:
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> If his ISP blocks or filters out-bound tcp port 25, then that won't
> help him.
> On Wed, Feb 16, 2005 at 05:01:28AM -0000, Toby Fisher wrote:
> > Ok, so as I understand it, you need to log in to send email, not just
> > receive?
> > In this case, I'm not sure I can be of much help, except to suggest that,
> > in the short term until you've done some reading around the Pine docs, it
> > might be faster to quickly set up a mail server on the local machine, since
> > it should be possible to set that up to do your smtp log-in. If you do
> > this, you need to set the Pine smtp server option either to localhost or
> > the empty string.
> > Hth
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