At home my connection is with comcast and I have my clients configured to send via smtp.comcast.net whether they're for my comcast account or mrdetermination.com (file hosting, mainly) domain or myrealname.com domain.Now, I use OE for my comcast account and full Outlook for the other two. Outlook doesn't have my Comcast authentication information anywhere but the mail still goes through. However, from work, stuff wont send out on smtp.comcast.net.So I have a few questions and you're welcome to tell me anything else I might want to know, you see as related, or... whatever.
1) Is it basically that I can't get to Comcast's smtp server through the public internet? The only tables that know where the SMTP server is are on the provider edge where the customer comes in?
2) Why does mail have to come from an SMTP server? And how does the "@" figure in to that?
I didn't find the right solution from the Internet.
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Jun 14th 2018
4 years ago