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Thread: smtpauth.sbcglobal.net port 110

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    smtpauth.sbcglobal.net port 110

    Forgive me I'm new to this site and I hope I've posted this in the right section..
    But here is my question I am in building automation and I have a building we set up and the system we are using needs to send out alarm notification. The problem I have is that the controls we are useing does not support SSL. The cust ordered att.net which uses port 995 and 465 which are SSL Normally we would have a IP tech take care of this but we do not have that option at this building. Again forgive me but I usually do not have to do this side of it so I may not know all the lingo. But anyway I called att tech support and was told to use (smtpauth.sbcglobal.net) and port 110 for outgoing I don't care about the incoming port because all we are doing is sending alarms out but I tried port 110 with no luck. I search around and read that I could use port 25 and 587 I've tried these as well with no luck. Any input would be greatly appreciated.

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    That should still be on port 25 with the primary account credentials needed, non-SSL.
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