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Post.Office SMTP / POP3 Server

NT only: How do I change the SMTP Port 25 something else?

That information is stored in the registry and can be modified for Post.Office.

1. As a local NT Administrator for that host, open the Registry Editor.

2. Within HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE select: SOFTWARE -> -> -> SMTP-Accept -> Config

3. Double-click on the "Socket" Key to edit it.

4. Change the value from 25 to 26 (for example) and click on OK.

5. If you do not have permission to save this value, you will need to: select the Security Menu Option -> Owner…-> Take Ownership; select the Security Menu Option again -> Permissions -> ; highlight your administrative self; select the Type of Access Pull Down and select Full Control; select OK; now try the edit the Socket Key.

6.You will now need to stop and start the Post.Office service in your Control Panel - Services Window.

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