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Re: Anti-recommendation: Comcast.


Matt Shields wrote: 
> If you have your own mailserver colocated somewhere, they've also 
> started filtering outbound port 25.  They want you to use port 587 
> which according to their tech, gets proxied by them to make sure 
> you're not spamming. 

Another option is to run OpenVPN on the colocated server, and then 
you have a private, encrypted subnet to the server that your ISP 
can't mess around with. 

If they block UDP port 1194, openvpn can share TCP port 443 with 

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