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    Master Untangler adrianp918's Avatar
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    Default what port does spam blocker monitor

    what ports are monitored with spam blocker, is it the normal 25 or is there somewhere i can change the incoming port to our mail servers

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    25, 110, and 143

    And you cannot change them.
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    Master Untangler adrianp918's Avatar
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    and spam blocker monitors inbound and outbound emails correct? or is it just inbound

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    you can set it to do either if you really want to, but by default it should only be scanning inbound mail.

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    It monitors sessions that terminate on those ports. That is ALL of the sessions, in or out. If you don't want the sessions monitored, you have to bypass them. The "Scan outbound traffic" for SMTP specifically doesn't actually stop the spam module from scanning the message, it just marks it "safe".
    Rob Sandling, BS:SWE, MCP
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