Your SMTP email server does advertise support for TLS. After connecting to your mail server we issue an EHLO command to introduce ourselves and to request that your server announce which commands and protocols it supports. Your server's response did not include "250-STARTTLS" indicating TLS support.
TLS stands for Transport Layer Security and allows email servers to exchange emails over an encrypted connection using the same type of mechanism as HTTPS uses to secure websites. In all but a few cases, you should still be able to send and receive email but your messages will be transmitted in plain text without TLS encryption.
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You rely on email for business critical communication, so you need to know your email has been delivered to your customers and you need to know who is sending email on your behalf.
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