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Does Database mail need any ports open for it be able to work on the SQL Server?

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It will use SMTP on port 25.
Some anti virus packages block this and need to have it opened.  
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OK. So, if that port is basically open, then DB mail can work ok, right? there should not be any other needs?
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I wouldn't say "No other needs".
Access to the SMTP Server, no firewall blocking, account permissions, DB mail configuration (Accounts and Profiles), etc...
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thanks gg.
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