Is SMTP for sending email?
SMTP is a computer’s unique procedure for sending messages between two servers. SMTP is commonly used to send data from an email client to an email server, and that’s generally why you must furnish both the IMAP or POP and the SMTP server when configuring a new email application.
Should SMTP be blocked?
SMTP port 25 is traditionally blocked by residential ISPs and cloud providers to prevent spam. This is to prevent open SMTP relays being misused or set up for abuse. Configuring up your own email server requires due care to ensure security.
Can you use luxsci to connect to SMTP servers?
If your Internet Service Provider (ISP) or organization doesn’t like you to use SMTP servers from other companies, LuxSci offers alternate ports that you can use to connect to our SMTP servers and thus get around your ISP’s overly restrictive policies.
How big of an email address can I send from luxsci?
LuxSci provides its email customers with SMTP servers that they can use with their email programs to send email from anywhere in the world (provided they have an Internet connection). Messages up to 100MB in size can be sent or received at LuxSci.
How does luxsci TM enforced use of TLS work?
Enforced use of SMTP TLS is one of several methods that LuxSci SecureLine TM email encryption can use to ensure secure email delivery. See: How SecureLine TM Works. In particular, LuxSci SecureLine TM allows you to leverage TLS for secure email delivery, if you choose, via:
Is it safe to use luxsci over SSL?
If you are security-conscious, LuxSci also offers “Secure SMTP”, or SMTP over a secure SSL or TLS connection. This ensures that your username, password, and message contents are encrypted when you connect to our email servers. No one will be eavesdropping on your outgoing email connections!