What's Better to Send with : Port 25 or 26 ?

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  1. sickamoreleaves99

    sickamoreleaves99 New Member

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    I am sending some email with a plain SMTP server and have unique IP's.
    What port is best to use, port 25 or port 26 ?

    I am a noobie so sorry for the stupid question!
     
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    Try Port 666

    You'll have a devil of a success!
     
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    You could always try Port 69 - so both parties involved get something from it...
     
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    Isn't port 25 the normal smtp port and 26 is the ssl one? Well thats how it is configurated on cPanel.
     
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    I hear if you send on port 1337 there's a loophole in yahoo, apparently their cisco router's management uses that port so it automatically allows all traffic..
     

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