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Watch Exchange 2019 - Run a telnet test

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Edward van Biljon
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In this video we show you how to run a simple telnet test to ensure that the receiving mail server is responding.

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1. Open Command

Click on start and type in cmd, once it shows run it as administrator

2. Enter command

At the elevated command prompt, type in the following: telnet mailserver 25 (replace mailserver with the one you want to check) and press enter. If you receive a 220 statement on the top of the screen you know that it is responding on that port.
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