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Mar 8, 2010

I installed the citadel suite on ubuntu server 9.10 Email obviously works fine internally. I tried to setup a smart host to send my mail through as my isp(Verizon) obviously blocks port 25. I tried to send out the Verizon smtp server on port 587. In the Administration> Domain names and Internet mail configuration>Smarthosts.My smarthost entry on the citadel configureation page above was usernameassword@outgoing.verizon.net:587 but after sending an outgoing email, it comes back with a "invalid/host-not-in-DNS return address not allowed"

I have also tried using gmail and a hotmail account with the respective smtp address's in but they come back with "Must issue a STARTTLS command first".I have researched both messages and come up with squat that has helped me.

I know that my mail will have to go out through a smarthost of somekind. So is am I on the right track with choosing verizon/gmail/or something else as my smtp relay, or is there a free service out there that I can send email through(haven't found one if there is)

Anyone else ever setup Citadel and got around their isp blocking port 25?I am also not sold on citadel, it was just the first/ nicest looking one that I found.

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Code:

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Quote:

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