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Re: OT: Comcast permanent block on port 25



Yea, I got caught up in this too.

Ive used the same email address (to my own domain) forever, so its on every 
list
imaginable.  Comcast would accuse me of spamming even tho the From addresses 
that
showed the email coming from a machine some place in russia.   Sigh.

So they would cut off my port 25 and twice, after a week of finding the right 
person
to talk to, It would get turned back on.  Luckily, with my DNS entries, I 
didnt loose
any mail, it just stacked up at my ISP (separate from Comcast).

IN ANY CASE, when I subscribed to Comcast (or rather when Comcast took over 
for
whoever had the service before) for a home account you had to subscribe to at
least minimal CableTV to get the internet service.  I dont know if that's 
still true.

BUT the Minimal CableTV + Internet charge is just a couple three dollars less 
than
the lower cost Business account where they dont bug you about port 25, so I 
went
that way.  

So far so good...
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                                        Reg.Clemens
                                        reg dwf com



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