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I am running PIX Version 6.3(5). I need to add a rule for the following external network 216.xx.xxx.0 /20 smtp (25) access to my internal server mail server 65.xxx.xx.xx.

is the follwoing rule correct

access-list OUTSIDE1-IN permit tcp 216.xx.xxx.0 255.255.240.0 host 65.xxx.xx.3 eq smtp
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Yes, that is correct

That line will permit the 216 network to talk to the 65 host over port 25
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you will also need a static command to allow the traffic from outside to inside interface. in this case it will be an identity static - same address for outside and inside and the address will be the public address on your server, not the other site.
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