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SMTP servers of South Africa

SMTP Settings

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Below is a list of SMTP sites in South Africa, using this and the ISP Map you can try and find which one works best for you.

Telkom (ADSL) (56k dial up)

Internet Solutions (ADSL) (56k dial up on IS) (3g backbone)



Cell C (GPRS) (also used by Virgin)



@lantic (ADSL,Dialup, ISDN)


MWEB (ADSL) - this is to be retired End June 2012, use below instead (56k dial-up & ADSL & business)









Use your domain name in your SMTP eg. (smtp server) and then Enable "Outgoing Authentication" and change your "Outgoing SMTP Port" to 587

SAOL (South Africa Online)

Will add more if I find them. Have not done POP. Since I am interested in smart hosts only. last update: 26 May 2012


Anonymous said…
Global: - running on a different port, never gets blocked.

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