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- System Maintenance Scripts: Clean spam from mail folders
Answer: I run a few servers that do mail processing, and part of them is ASSP (http://sourceforge.net/projects/assp/). The result of this is that spam can be ...
- Apache: Take a site temporarily offline
Answer: This is a summary for me of http://25yearsofprogramming.com/blog/20070704.htm. That article contains additional information that may be of use to you, and I would strongly recommend ...
- Mail: Creating a Proxy Server with ASSP
Answer: ASSP ASSP is a SMTP Spam Proxy server. It can also integrate with ClamAV fairly easily, giving a "one stop shop" and allowing your mail server ...
- Systems Administration: Debian Package Management
Answer: How to get Debian to download and auto-update servers You want to use a combination of these commands at different times: apt-get -qq update # ...
- Mail: Debian Virtual Mail Server
Answer: Summary This article describes how to set up a mail server. It does not handle spam or virus filtering, as we want to use a proxy ...
- Mail: How to capture all incoming and outgoing mail to a separate account
Answer: Capture all mail We don't have anything explicitly in our product, but you could use our TA to route a copy of all mail that enters ...
- Linux: What is Linux
Answer: Linux is an operating system. More correctly, Linux is the "kernel" or the thing that lets a computer talk to other computers or a person. ...
- Xen: Xen Notes
Answer: Dynamically add device to running DOMU xm block-attach domain block/device/on/dom0 ''/device/on/domu' 1 Example, you want running domain fileserver to have access to device /dev/sdc1 and be able ...
- Firewall and VPN: Connect iPad to OpenVPN on IPFire
Answer: End User Instructions You must be at a minimum of IOS v5. Upgrade your iPad before the following if you are not. See http://notebooks.com/2011/03/09/how-to-upgrade-your-iphone-ipod-touch-or-ipad-to-ios-4-3/ for more ...
- Systems Administration: Create a filter to pull e-mail addresses out of STDIN
Answer: Client asked me to pull all e-mail addresses out all messages in his sent folder on the mail server. My first attemp was: grep -i '^to:' ...
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