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TMNet: No Private SMTP Server. Port 25 Blocked

No Private SMTP Server. Port 25 Blocked.

According to the TM Net Latest News, Telekom Malaysia Berhad is blocking all SMTP traffic or port 25 for all out going emails from dynamic IP addresses.Due to the spamming activities by a small group of users, many anti-spam organizations have blacklisted a large number of IP addresses from TM’s network.

As a result, many TMNet users unable to send emails from their private mail server to companies who might using the database from the anti-spam organizations.

Effective 3rd December 2007, TM will block SMTP traffic or Port 25 for all out going emails from dynamic IP addresses. Only outbound SMTP traffic from smtp.streamyx.com and smtp.tm.net.my will be allowed.

For TMNet users who have their own email server, they will not be able to send emails from now on. To solve the problem, TM is providing an open relay server for these users who use dynamic IP addresses: smtp-proxy.tm.net.my

To setup the open relay server, you can refer to the email client guide or mail server guide.

[ Source: LiewCF ]

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  1. December 31, 2010 at 2:19 am

    yes now always 587 port use

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