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how can i find the ip address of my smtp server?

Posted on 2008-10-27
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how can i find the ip adress of my smtp server?
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Question by:LuckyLucks
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tracert smtp.your.server

it will show something like:
Détermination de l'itinéraire vers relais.***********.ca [24.201.###.36]
avec un maximum de 30 sauts :

but in english :) lol
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by:Kaddict
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should work too:

ping smtp.your.server
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by:jgmontgo
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Open a command window, type the following command and hit enter:
ipconfig /all
 
 
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by:jgmontgo
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oops, sorry ignore my post I misread the original post
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by:jar3817
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call your isp or the person who maintains it.
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by:Kaddict
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OK. Will try to gather everything in one post

First maybe you do now know what is the "name" of the server (for example smtp.yourisp.com) and you NEED to know that.

Once you know that "name", you press Start, Execute, cmd.exe and press OK

Then you type     '  ping smtp.yourisp.com   ' (replace with your own)

The IP will be repeated until you hit CTRL-C. Copy it somewhere.


-kaddict
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