[CentOS] Evolution

Sam Drinkard sam at wa4phy.net
Wed Sep 21 20:04:38 UTC 2005

Yep.. tried host:port, and it tells me its an unknown service or name.  
Oddly, the inbound works, so I know it's resolving the hostname/IP.  In 
fact, the server is in resolv.conf and in the /etc/hosts file.  named on 
this machine is just a caching server, but seems to resolve everything 
else.  Don't think it's a port issue either, altho I may give that a 
shot on the router.

Ignacio Vazquez-Abrams wrote:

>On Wed, 2005-09-21 at 14:58 -0400, Sam Drinkard wrote:
>>When I set up the Evolution mail agent, I could find no way to change 
>>the outbound port from 25 to 587.  I have to do this due to port 25 
>>being blocked by the cable company.  Thunderbird is no problem.  Altho I 
>>don't particularly use Evolution as a mail agent, there are times when I 
>>might use it, but its worthless without being able to send mail out to 
>>my server.  Did I miss something in the options or setup or is there no 
>>provisions for changing the smtp port to another port?
>Did you try host:port?
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