These are my links for 19 lug 2012 through 20 lug 2012:
Mail server statistics – The statistics are based on completely anonymous information and were performed using randomly chosen IP addresses. When connecting to a mail server defined as an MX in the domain configuration, it can reply in a different number of ways. It may not be online, or may be refusing connections. Also, it is possible that the server does not respond back with a "220" line within the period of time we wait, nor provide a banner that identifies the type of the software running on it, at all times.
Most systems admin is used to setting up the primary mail server, but many of them (like me) are not used to setup a backup mail server in a regular basis. This is my attempt to create a complete document on setting up a backup mail server and testing it for the dooms day. [...]
These are my links for 11 mar 2012 from 15:16 to 16:25:
Linux Mail Server Setup and Howto Guide – This article will show you how to setup an email server accessible using a POP3, IMAP or web browser client. It will also show you how to include virus scanning and spam tagging in the mail server. If you have an existing Active Directory or LDAP infrastructure, the last section will show you how to integrate it into your email server so you won’t have to maintain two sets of user accounts
bmatzelle/gow · GitHub – Gow (Gnu On Windows) is the lightweight alternative to Cygwin. It uses a convenient Windows installer that installs about 130 extremely useful open source UNIX applications compiled as native win32 binaries. It is designed to be as small as possible, about 10 MB, as opposed to Cygwin which can run well over 100 MB depending upon options.
These are my links for 6 ott 2010 from 16:37 to 17:55:
ntbackup.info – ntbackup resources – [...] This site was set up to help system administrators, users of ntbackup and users of the popular ntbackup scheduling program BackupAssist.<br /> <br /> It's the only site with:<br /> <br /> a comprehensive listing of Microsoft's knowledge base articles on ntbackup, sorted chronologically<br /> a simple and effective search tool that will return results from Microsoft's knowledge base on ntbackup related articles [...]
fsvs.tigris.org – FSVS is the abbreviation for “Fast System VerSioning”, and is pronounced [fisvis].<br /> <br /> It is a complete backup/restore/versioning tool for all files in a directory tree or whole filesystems, with a subversionTM repository as the backend. <br /> You may think of it as some kind of tar or rsync with versioned storage.
DNS e Postfix: come non generare "spam" | Kreations Collective – [...]Ho recentemente configurato alcuni server per l’invio di email. Parte del lavoro ha riguardato la corretta configurazione di Postfix e del server DNS per evitare che le email inviate venissero rilevate come spam.[...]<br /> La configurazione ha riguardato tre punti principali:<br /> Impostazione del record A e del reverse address<br /> Impostazione di SPF<br /> Configurazione di DKIM e DomainKeys<br /> [...]
These are my links for 29 dic 2009 through 2 gen 2010:
Soup To Nuts – Repository of Open Source Articles and Example Code – This site is a collection of scripts, hints, articles, and programs. Performance Monitoring on Linux, Postfix 2nd Instance for Sender-based Routing: Multiple Gmail and Comcast Accounts, Linux Quota Tutorial , SQLite Tutorial, over 200 Linux tips and tricks, Virtual Filesystem: Building a Linux Filesystem from an Ordinary File, MySQL Tips and Tricks , MSSQL 2005 Tips
AIX A-Z: Learning AIX’s spooler back-end programs – Summary: While most IBM® AIX® administrators know how to set up print queues and manage printing through the System Management Interface Tool (SMIT) or the general print commands, there's more to printing on the UNIX® system. If you want to learn more than just how to set up or manage virtual printers on AIX, this article is for you. Most successful AIX and UNIX administrators thrive on learning more about the system they administer. Printing is only one facet of their system, but it's an important one to know.