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Sir,

If you use the ISPconfig Portscanner they always show open!

The sent problem could be an ISP that is blocking the ports
The receive problem could be a bad MX setup.

Did you have a look at your NS with www.dnsreport.com (enter the domain in the DNS report box, and hit [DNS report] )

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