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tuffcalc

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I'm can't get my Kerio Connect mailserver to send any outbound email. I have it setup on a home network for testing purposes (using a dynamic IP and services from DYN.com).

I realize delivering directly using DNS MX will likely not work because I am on a dynamic IP (and, infact, it doesnt). However, I cannot get it to work with a relay SMTP server either. I'm using a paid relay with mailhop.dyn.com. I've also tried using gmail. I get the following errors:

[07/Dec/2012 06:56:04] Sent: Queue-ID: 50c1d255-00000008, Recipient: <XXX@me.com>, Result: delayed, Status: 4.4.2 No greeting from remote host, Remote-Host: 204.13.248.71, Remote-Host-Name: outbound.mailhop.org, Msg-Id: <1964874859--1322479616<_at_>XXX.XXX.com>
[07/Dec/2012 06:57:22] Sent: Queue-ID: 50c1d875-00000003, Recipient: <XXX@me.com>, Result: delayed, Status: 4.4.2 No greeting from remote host, Remote-Host: 204.13.248.71, Remote-Host-Name: outbound.mailhop.org, Msg-Id: <1966443323--1320882176<_at_>XXX.com>
[07/Dec/2012 06:59:10] Sent: Queue-ID: 50c1d8e1-00000004, Recipient: <XXX@gmail.com>, Result: delayed, Status: 4.4.2 No greeting from remote host, Remote-Host: 204.13.248.71, Remote-Host-Name: outbound.mailhop.org, Msg-Id: <1966551188--1325674496<_at_>XXX.com>
[07/Dec/2012 07:01:24] Sent: Queue-ID: 50c1d255-00000008, Recipient: <XXX@me.com>, Result: delayed, Status: 4.4.1 Cannot connect to relay host, Remote-Host: 204.13.248.71, Remote-Host-Name: outbound.mailhop.org, Msg-Id: <1964874859--1322479616<_at_>XXX.XXX.com>
[07/Dec/2012 07:01:24] Sent: Queue-ID: 50c1d875-00000003, Recipient: <XXX<_at_>me.com>, Result: delayed, Status: 4.4.1 Cannot connect to relay host, Remote-Host: 204.13.248.71, Remote-Host-Name: outbound.mailhop.org, Msg-Id:

Any idea what's up?

Thanks
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clan

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You cannot connect to the mailserver, maybe Port 25 is blocked by your provider. Try 'telnet 204.13.248.71 25' to check connectivity. If port 25 is free you should get the mailserver greeting message
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tuffcalc

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Port 25 is free. I've also tried other ports ... same thing. Could it have anything to do with the SSL certificate? I'm not using a signed one, just whatever was installed by default.
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tuffcalc

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I can definitely receive mail on port 25, so not sure why I can't send?
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tuffcalc

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Looks like OUTGOING SMTP was blocked, but incoming was (which threw me for a loop). I'm using a non-standard outbound port and all is working now.

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yacer ifmi

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Also i have same problem but with old settings at old mail service provider ( innoservers.com ) good and working well ..

with google business i have same problem on all ports and settings

" Result: delayed, Status: 4.4.2 No greeting from remote host"

or

" Result: delayed, Status: 4.4.2 Connection lost, Remote-Host"

can you help me ?
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