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How to determine what programs are using SMTP or POP3 ports?

The directions below are for XP and 2000 users only. They have not been tested on earlier operating systems.

1) Open your task manager (CTRL-SHIFT-ESC is quick short cut to this)
2) Click on the Processes tab so you can see processes
3) Click View | Select columns to configure what columns are visible
4) Make sure that you include PID (Process Identifier), then click OK
5) Now click once or twice on the PID column in the process list so that processes are listed in numerical order

6) Open a DOS command prompt (you can do this quickly by clicking on Start | Run.... and then type the word CMD then press return

7) In the new window that pops up, type the following EXACTLY as written
netstat -a -o
and then press ENTER

8) You will see a list of all processes that are listening on ports. The column \"Local Address\" will show the listening ports - look for one called \"smtp\"
9) The PID on the right hand side indicates the process that has bound (taken) the SMTP port, which is port 25

10) Go back to the task manager window and look for that PID number

11) The process name on the left will tell you what program has taken the SMTP port

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