cPanel server – can’t send mail!

Rob —  June 5, 2013 — 1 Comment

If you are trying to send mail via webmail and it is not working out, you may have the answer right under your nose.  If you have CSF installed, it is likely blocking port 25.

You may be getting the following error message:

From /etc/csf/csf.conf approx line number 279:

Simply change that 0 to a 1 and restart csf:

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One response to cPanel server – can’t send mail!

  1. Awwl, man… As I was reading this, I tried coming up with a solution in my head. It included some convoluted code, a sacrificial goat and some naked surf dancing. Your answer consisted of 5 whole characters. (K.I.S.S. at its best.)

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