SBS 2011 find out what port i use for receiving and sending mail

Posted on 2013-09-04
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Last Modified: 2013-09-05
SBS 2011
a while back I changed the port for sending email, and possibly receiving email.

unfortunately, the document I saved this info to was deleted.

how can I see what ports are used?

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