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Isn't it a bug to receive mail already containing a Delivered-To: <myaddress> header?

I'm managing a bunch of mail servers, the MX are postfix+amavisd-new systems while the mailboxes are on a qmail+vpopmail box. Yeah, we already plan to move everything to postfix but that's another ...
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Cisco 4900M trunk to HP ProCurve switch. Will this setup work?

As I previously ran a Cisco only shop I'm not sure if this is going to work. On paper it looks OK, but you never know. Will it work ? Are there special considerations that I need to be concerned ...
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Windows telnet client that does carriage return on LFs

I have a customized box sending mostly LFs for line breaks (sometimes CRLFs too). I wish to connect to it from a Windows box using telnet, but it seems it won't do the carriage returns where lines ...
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FaxCOmExlib and IIS 7

I have a small web service, which should send faxes. The code for this web service is working fine when it is not in the wwwroot folder. However, once I add this service to the IIS, I always get ...
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Is there a command-line and non-RDP way to logoff a Windows XP PRO user remotely from a Linux box?

I've been trying "net rpc shutdown" but it only works for rebooting and halting. RDP doesn't fit my needs. Any suggestion?
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With what tool should I format a hard drive as UDF?

(This is a follow-up to "What is the partition id / filesystem type for UDF?") I know two ways to format a hard drive as UDF: Windows Vista or later: "format x: /fs:UDF" (don't use /q ! ) Linux: ...
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Is it worth it to use Linux in a new business starting from scratch?

It is a fact that this company will need to run Windows on the workstations to support SolidWorks, QuickBooks, and probably some other applications, and I believe at least one server will need to be ...