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My Network administrators decided to disable SMTP and POP3 ? I can't use Outlook, Apple Mail or Thunderbird ? is there a way to get around this ?

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use a tunnel with putty over port 443 to a ssh server outside for example at your home... – rene Mar 2 '11 at 14:14
    
use web clients, I guess – Andrey Mar 2 '11 at 14:19

If they have disabled it, its most likely for a reason. So you probably will get no help here from the folks who put those policies in place.

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Right. From the FAQ, this site is for system admins. You're not one, you're trying to get around the folks who admin your company's systems. Talking with management and/or the sysadmin team about this. – mfinni Mar 3 '11 at 18:55

You can use SOCKS or HTTP proxy.

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