SMTP Inbound port keeps changing on its own .

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Windows Server 2003 SP2
Hi all, I have a issue with my smtp inbound ports. It's supposed to be set @ port 25 and it keeps changing to port 31432 . If I change it to port 25 it reverts back to 31432 Has anyone seen this or have any ideas on how to fix it . Thanks in advance

Software/Hardware used:
Domino v,.7.0.4FP2, Windows 2003 Server SP2

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  • IceCubbe
    What type of firewall are you using?
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  • Labnuke99
    Does the service restart for some reason and lose configuration?
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  • Guardian
    Was Port 25 always used as the default? Or you're trying to change to change it to Port 25 and then it changes back to the aforementioned port? Rgds
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  • TomLiotta
    Are you specifically referring to a Domino SMTP service? What service are you changing; i.e., what procedure do you do when you "...change it to port 25..."? How are you determining that "...it keeps changing to port 31432..."; i.e., what procedure do you do to see the change? Where are you seeing "port 31432"? Tom
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