Blocked port 25

Blocked port 25

In order to limit the amount of abuse (on the Fuga platform), we are forced to block port 25 as the destination port for outgoing e-mail. Our registration flow, where we do a few checks, is not sufficient to prevent a large amount of spammers coming through and start spamming people throughout our platform.

From now on, by default, all new accounts don’t have the ability to send e-mails to port 25 anymore. This block can be lifted as long as your account doesn’t have a history of abuse and you’re a paying Fuga customer for at least one month. If you want the block to be lifted, you can send us an e-mail. We will then analyze your account and will inform you whether or not the block can be lifted.

Unfortunately this is a necessity to prevent any harm to our good reputation.

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