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 Configure your MailServer to send through the DNS2Go MailServers
Solution When using Email Routing you have the ability to send all outbound mail through the DNS2Go mailservers.
This is useful when:
  1. Your mailserver is rejected when sending mail due to a Dynamic IP address.
  2. Your ISP blocks you from connecting to other servers on port 25
  3. Your mailserver is rejected when sending mail due to not having a Reverse DNS entry
To Configure your MailServer to send through the DNS2Go MailServers
  1. Set your MailServer to Use an Outbound Relay Server
  2. Set the Relay Server to mail.dns2go.com
  3. Select Use SMTP AUTH
  4. Specify your domain name as the username and the password you selected when purchasing Email Routing as the password
This will now set your MailServer to send all outbound mail to mail.dns2go.com and using the SMTP AUTH commands, your session will be authenticated and permitted.

NOTE: If you must send outbound on a different port, set your MailServer to send outbound on port 366. The DNS2Go mailservers accept SMTP requests on that port. SMTP AUTH will still need to be used when sending on port 366.


Article Details
Article ID: 588
Created On: May 25, 2007 08:35 AM

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