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Option to change SMTP port on a AP9619

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Option to change SMTP port on a AP9619

This was originally posted on APC forums on 8/17/2013


I just purchased a SUA1500 w/AP9619 and temp sensor on craigslist (for $100!). I have a SUA1500 w/AP9631 at home already. There is no option with the 9619 to change the SMTP port that I can find, even with the latest firmware; no one uses port 25 anymore and is in fact blocked by many ISPs. Is there a work around?

Thank you.


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Re: Option to change SMTP port on a AP9619

This reply was originally posted by Angela on APC forums on 8/19/2013


AP9619 will never support this since it has been discontinued for almost four years now so you'd have to pursue your own workaround or upgrade to AP9630 or AP9631. The option most people use would be to create a mail relay and have the AP9619 send email to a mail relay over port 25 and then relay that to the actual mail server over the specified port and if needed, with SMTP authentication.

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Option to change SMTP port on a AP9619

This was originally posted on APC forums on 8/17/2013


I just purchased a SUA1500 w/AP9619 and temp sensor on craigslist (for $100!). I have a SUA1500 w/AP9631 at home already. There is no option with the 9619 to change the SMTP port that I can find, even with the latest firmware; no one uses port 25 anymore and is in fact blocked by many ISPs. Is there a work around?

Thank you.

BillP
Administrator Administrator
Administrator
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115

Re: Option to change SMTP port on a AP9619

This reply was originally posted by Angela on APC forums on 8/19/2013


AP9619 will never support this since it has been discontinued for almost four years now so you'd have to pursue your own workaround or upgrade to AP9630 or AP9631. The option most people use would be to create a mail relay and have the AP9619 send email to a mail relay over port 25 and then relay that to the actual mail server over the specified port and if needed, with SMTP authentication.