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+ - South Korea to block Port 25 in Attempt to Fight S-> 1

Submitted by Shoe Puppet
Shoe Puppet (1557239) writes "The South Korean government has a new plan to combat spam: Blocking (or banning?) the standard SMTP port 25. Only Port 587, which by the specifications only accepts authenticated email submissions, will remain open.

Can anyone able to understand the Koran sources provide any more detail?"

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South Korea to block Port 25 in Attempt to Fight S

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