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Customer Advisory:
Subject: SNET Internet Customers - Port 25 Filter Change Effecting Outbound Email
Please be advised, some customers may have been impacted by the recent change implemented by SBC. SBC, DSL implemented Spam filter blocking of port 25 (the SMTP port) for all out going email accounts that are NOT SBC email accounts.
If you are an SBC, DSL customer experiencing issues with outbound email, you will not be able to send email until the following action is taken:
Request that SBC removes the SMTP port filter from your account on the SBC Yahoo! Abuse of Service form.
  • Enter your contact and SBC information.
  • *Abuse Type: use the drop down to select "Opt Out Port 25".
  • *Abuse Occurred In: Type - Email
  • *Abuse Description: Type - Opt Out Port 25 for business email.
  • Submit Form
You should receive a reply from SBC stating the status has changed. After confirmation receipt, turn off the DSL modem and unplug the lines, shut the Computer or Router down and unplug the network lines. Wait at least 2 minutes, then plug the computer/router back in and plug the lines back into the modem, and restart the SBC modem.
For assistance with form completion as it pertains to your MBSII.net email account please contact us. Questions or concerns regarding your DSL account should be directed to SBC Yahoo!
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