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The Thread by rpmws: AOL Blocking Port 25.

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by bdraco, Apr 3, 2002.

  1. bdraco

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    I think deleted the thread .. sorry .. just meant to edit my post :((((
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    Anyways.. Update cpanel, go into service manager and use the new option to run another copy of exim on another port.
     
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    i did this but exim-26 is showing as failed. cannot get it to start up.
     
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    [quote:6e18b2b5fc][i:6e18b2b5fc]Originally posted by bdraco[/i:6e18b2b5fc]

    I think deleted the thread .. sorry .. just meant to edit my post :((((
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    Anyways.. Update cpanel, go into service manager and use the new option to run another copy of exim on another port.


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    Above and beyond as always!!!!! :) thank you NIck ..I haven't tried it yet but I know it will work ..just the effort to do that is far beyond your call man. Thank YOU!!!!

    Nope the thread is still there ..just hard to find.
    http://support.cpanel.net/obb//read.php?TID=2452
     
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    I tried it for port 26 and get this.
    exim-26 failed @ Wed Apr 3 17:12:56 2002. A restart was attempted automagicly.

    Doesn't respond to that port either ..what are we missing Nick?? this will be great if we get it to work!!!
     
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    Yes!

    Again, another reason that Cpanel rocks!!


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    Above and beyond as always!!!!! :) thank you NIck ..I haven't tried it yet but I know it will work ..just the effort to do that is far beyond your call man. Thank YOU!!!!

    Nope the thread is still there ..just hard to find.
    http://support.cpanel.net/obb//read.php?TID=2452[/quote:4394840e05]
     
  6. bdraco

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    [quote:02bc4c903c][i:02bc4c903c]Originally posted by rpmws[/i:02bc4c903c]

    I tried it for port 26 and get this.
    exim-26 failed @ Wed Apr 3 17:12:56 2002. A restart was attempted automagicly.

    Doesn't respond to that port either ..what are we missing Nick?? this will be great if we get it to work!!![/quote:02bc4c903c]


    Sorry.. forgot to commit the code to actually turn it on :).. try updating to build 41
     
  7. rpmws

    rpmws Well-Known Member

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    Ok..I moved to 41 and saved the settings. I used port 26 and can't connect either locally or through ISP. Chkservd also tries to restart again like before. What am I doing wrong man???
     
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    Nick !! Nice Job man!!!!!!!!!!!!! I have it working ..I tried port 26 from inside the server and it said hello which told me the NOC was blocking it. We opened up a higher port for this kind of thing and it works fine now !!! Thanks a million Nick!!!! great feature and in about 3 hours from the time I even mention it!!! :)
     
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    One quick question.. I opened it up for port 26 and then that higher port we use now for this at the noc. Now I can access smtp for 25,26 and the higher one. How can I remove the port 26 now? is there a file I can edit?
     
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    I would imagine the service manager in WHM, I think he mentioned that was where this was going to be controlled earlier in the thread.

    I haven't switched this on yet for any purpose so I might be wrong..........

    you can kill it via the command line too of course.
     
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    [quote:e61805257b][i:e61805257b]Originally posted by feanor[/i:e61805257b]


    I would imagine the service manager in WHM, I think he mentioned that was where this was going to be controlled earlier in the thread.

    I haven't switched this on yet for any purpose so I might be wrong..........

    you can kill it via the command line too of course.
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    Well what I did was uncheck it and &save& then I changed it to another port that now works ..but the old port is still open. How would I fix that?
     
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