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2016-07-29 - Stopping Spammers - Closing a loop hole
This concerns our clients who will send emails directly to people on other servers (such as Rogers, or Google) from their web site.
From now on you will be required to send all email through our SMTP server which is mail.Vex.Net. If it is destined for someone outside of Vybe then after August 31 2016 you must use port 587 and authenticate before sending.
We are insisting on this because it is really easy for spammers to access your website email connections. When the spam goes through our servers, we can often catch it. When it doesn't go through our servers, then other email providers will stop all of our emails from going to them - legitimate or not.
Note that if you are only sending email to your own Vybe account then you do not need to change anything.
If you need help with the settings please contact us at support@VybeNetworks.com