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hello guys, I need help, on how to open ports 110 and 25 for my windows pc outlook express to enable send and receive emails from internet.. I had a ...
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    Open ports 110 and 25 for OUTLOOK EXPRESS email


    hello guys, I need help, on how to open ports 110 and 25 for my windows pc outlook express to enable send and receive emails from internet.. I had a Debian Lenny as internet gateway / server with installed SQUID3, now my windows client pc can browse internet but my problem is how do my windows client pc in the network be able to receive and send emails with the use of outlook express..

    I'm out of idea now..pls help me..

    Thanks

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    did you configure your outlook to use the proxy settings?

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    thanks bro...yep i configure my outlook express to proxy server ip address but seems still cannot receive and send emails..huuhhu.. my debian linux gateway used SQUID3, do i need to open the ports 110 and 25?..if yes..how to.., i need help..since i''m new to linux environment.

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    did you set up some kind of firewall on the gateway machine?

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    yep i have firewall on gateway machine..maybe i'm wrong to execute command..is it iptables?...do u know how to set iptables for that port number?.

    thanks for the reply bro..

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    show us what your firewall rules are, you must run this command as root or with sudo command
    Code:
    iptables -L

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    This is not really on topic... but as this is the lounge....

    I just ran sudo iptables -L

    Are there people who can actually read that?
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    lol

    i wouldn't have asked for it otherwise

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    Did you ever figure it out? I am on the same boat here and cannot figure this out.

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