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Subject: Re: Automated bounce recognition
From: Nick Simicich <njs @ scifi . squawk . com>
Date: Wed, 24 Oct 2001 14:57:52 -0400
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At 06:04 AM 2001-10-23 -0400, Tom Neff wrote:
You can also add authenticated ESMTP on a higher port that lame-o ISP's don't know to stop, e.g.

        O DaemonPortOptions=Port=9925, Name=MSA, M=E

in your  I find this very useful in the field.

The "submissions" port, port 587, seems to be the right port for this - it is designed for an smtp like interchange which is an "initial submission" of mail to a smtp server from what is ostensibly an end user (MUA) using smtp for mail injection, rather than MTA to MTA transmission of mail.

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