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Re: port blocking fun

 Matthew Gillen wrote: 
> Using a tunnel like your friend describes to get around the inbound block 
> would have been interesting.  I'd need to change (or just add lower 
> priority) mx records to point to the tunnel box, then have a tunnel from the 
> relay box to my (blocked) real server.  I think the might work... 
> thankfully I don't need to find out.  :-) 
> Matt 

I've actually set up sendmail to listen to an auxilliary port (port 26) 
to get around an inbound port block: 



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