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Sending mail with PublicVPN.com

In most cases, you can use your provider’s normal mail server (SMTP server) to send mail when you’re connected to PublicVPN.com. In some instances, however, your SMTP server may deny your attempt to send mail because you aren’t logged on to their network. If that occurs, you can use PublicVPN.com’s SMTP server.

To send mail while connected to PublicVPN.com, use the following settings:

Server Name: gateway.publicvpn.net
Port: 587 or port 3115
Username: your publicvpn.com username
Password: your publicvpn.com password
Use Secure Socket Layer (SSL) should be enabled.
Authentication: either ‘MD5 Challenge–Response’ or ’Password’

If the above settings don’t work due to DNS issues, you can use the following settings. Note that these settings only work when you're connected to PublicVPN.com.

Server Name: 172.31.0.1
Port 587 or port 3115.
Username: your publicvpn.com username
Password: your publicvpn.com password
Use Secure Socket Layer (SSL) should be enabled.
Authentication: either ‘MD5 Challenge–Response’ or ’Password’

For sending via SMTP, you can either use port 587, or port 3115. Port 3115 is preferred, since it's a non-standard SMTP port; port 587 ands port 25 are sometimes redirected by your wireless internet service provider (WISP) to their own mail server, and you won't be able to send mail correctly..

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