> 1. if you telnet to port 25, what do you get? This would only apply to
> remote (non-webmail) connections, but more and more ISPs have been
> blocking port 25 ... if you can't telnet to port 25, try port 587 (smtp
> submission port), which is also enabled / running ...
This has broken so many times that I've given up on it; I just use a
3rd-party SMTP server. It'll work for a month, then break again. I
only mentioned it because it might be related to the other failures.
FWIW, the problem seems to be authentication. The mailserver is
answering, but always fails authentication.
> 2. have to test this one later tonight ...
> 3. try now, just restarted the imap server ... not expecting it to fix
> it, honestly, but if not, then I'll run through some tests on my account
> and make sure its working ...
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