I believe my ISP is blocking port 25 which would explain why I can send/receive anywhere I go except in my own home. I called that they say "No we are not blocking that port".
I don't believe it but am trying to prove it. The only proof I have is that I get an error on my mail client. I was hoping there was a tool like nmap or wireshark that would provide proof of what outbound ports are blocked.
I have these tools plus the SolarWinds tool set. But I cannot seem to find a way to conclusively prove my point - that port 25 is being blocked.
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