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Date:  Wed, 04 Mar 2009 14:40:10 -0600
From:  Chris Gebhardt - VIRTBIZ Internet <cobaltfacts (at mark) virtbiz.com>
Subject:  [coba-e:15190] Re: Enable additional SMTP port
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Jeff Keller wrote:
> Comcast (at least in the Seattle area) blocks 25 & 587 (they're "Comcastic!)

That's nuts.
I would certainly tell the customers affected they need to complain to 
their ISP.   I know... I know.......  I'd still say it.   It's whoever 
is running that local Comcast pop that's breaking their email and they 
ought to hear from their dissatisfied customers.

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