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Re: Help Needed: My RHEL5 box suddenly stopped accepting e-mails



Hi all,

I just wanted to thank everyone once again for all your help.  It turns
out that my IP dept does not agree that it is a networking issue and
insists it is an issue with my system.  So, I guess I will be
assimilated into using Outlook whether I like it or not.

Thanks very much for the education in networking and e-mail.  At least I
learned a lot through this ordeal.

Kind regards,

-- 
Mun


On Tue, May 10, 2011 at 11:03 PM PDT, Jacky Li wrote:
JL> Hi,
JL> 
JL> Since you don't have iptables off and your company doesn't have a 
JL> firewall, my guess your ISP is doing the filtering.  Can we get a 
JL> description/picture of your network?
JL> 
JL> < your computer> <---> ISP <---> to the outside?
JL> 
JL> Jacky
JL> 
JL> > Here's what I get from the remote side:
JL> >
JL> > PORT STATE SERVICE
JL> > 22/tcp open ssh
JL> > 25/tcp filtered smtp
JL> >
JL> > I don't know what filters are in place; is there any way to get more
JL> > information
JL> > about the filters?
JL> >
JL> >
JL> >
JL> 
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