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I login & send email through thunderbird using SSL and it's ports (so I no longer connect using 25/26). Occasionally I use webmail (Squirrelmail)

My scripts do send mail via sendmail.

Does my cpanel server still need the basic 25 & 26 ports to deliver and receive mail successfully, or can they be blocked in APF without any problems arising?

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