O$: smtp problem
andyh at totallybrilliant.com
Fri Dec 9 14:11:55 EST 2011
They may have set their email server up to only accept authenticated email or under a secure port or something like that and you may be simply sending your smtp request to the wrong port hence why it may be being rejected - just a guess !! Sometimes you have to think of the right questions to ask the IT folks as they don't always think around issues...!
On Dec 9, 2011, at 2:07 PM, Christine Penner wrote:
> I got the impression from talking to the IT guy there that this was already done. Their email programs (not sure what they use) are using this email server. I'll get him to double check though.
> Christine Penner
> Ingenious Software
> chris at fp2.ca
> On 09/12/2011 10:54 AM, Andy Hilton wrote:
>> It *can* work - if it is allowed to access it :)
>> Just because they can ping the server address does not mean that they are allowed to send stuff on port 25 (or whichever port is being used for smtp) - it sounds like a network/firewall security issue to me.......which should be easily fixed by the network folks......not a lot you can do from within an app about that sort of thing.....
>> On Dec 9, 2011, at 1:49 PM, Christine Penner wrote:
>>> I have a client that has an internal email server setup on a different subnet than the computer running our software. They have a vpn tunnel setup to access the server. They can ping it. When they try to send email using this server they get a cannot access server error. They have tried both the IP address and the domain name for it.
>>> I'm sure the issue is that its on a different subnet but I dont' know how to make it work, or if it can. Any ideas?
>>> Christine Penner
>>> Ingenious Software
>>> chris at fp2.ca
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