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The tutorial provides a solution for the SMTP 530 error: “denied access” occurred on the parallels Plesk panel for windows while accessing the MailEnable. The tutorial applies only to the following Plesk panel versions for windows dedicated servers.
- Parallels Plesk Panel 11.x for Windows
- Parallels Plesk Panel 10.x for Windows
- Parallels Plesk Panel 9.x for Windows
- Parallels Plesk Panel 8.x for Windows
Usually, when accessing the MailEnable the SMTP service shows an SMTP 530 error: “access denied”. It simply means that the connection has been denied access in the SMTP Access Control properties of the MailEnable Administration Program on the server or the IP has been blocked due to many subsequent invalid commands.
The standard port utilized for SMTP connections is 25. One of the most useful causes for not being capable of sending messages is that your Internet service provider blocks this port. This is why utilizing an optional SMTP port is highly recommended.
Here’s how to, depending on your OS, check whether your ISP blocks port 25:
Check port 25 in Windows
1. Click on the Start menu button (generally present at the lower left corner of the screen)
2. Click on the “Run” tab from the menu, Click on it (a new window will pop up).
3. You require to type cmd into text field
4. Press the “Enter” key
5. Other window will open. It is the so called “MS-DOS prompt” or “command prompt”
6. Just type the following command in the command prompt window and press “Enter”: telnet my-domain-name.com 25