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Posted on 29-10-07 20:47
Ok well first of all, i have a list of like 10 perfectly working telnettable SMTP servers. Grin

But the problem is here:

When i fill in the MAIL TO: section, it acceptes it.
But, When i fill in the RCPT TO: section. It says:

553 Sorry, relaying denied from your location [89.108.132.196]



I know that 89.108.132.196 is my IP. But why would it not let me relay?

Help!?
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Posted on 29-10-07 20:49
if your connecting to hotmail for instance, i believe they only allow access from their own commercial servers.

same could apply to many other servers out there.

learn PHP and write your own email script. very simple stuff and has alot more power than telnet. for instance PHP you can customise any email header, aswell as add attachments.


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Posted on 29-10-07 20:51
you can do that with telnet, its just harder lol


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Posted on 29-10-07 20:53
oh ok, didnt realise that.

i can imagine it getting tricky when you need to add your attachment which is around 200 lines of base_64 encoded chunks! lol.

i'd rather the PHP method myself.

i wrote my telnet article back in the days i didnt know PHP and telnet was the only way to spoof emails that i knew.


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