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Rather than doing so in a .htaccess file, simply set the SSL Redirect in the non-SSL VirtualHost entry of your Apache configuration: NameVirtualHost *:80 <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName www.example.com Redirect permanent / https://www.example.com/ </VirtualHost> <VirtualHost _default_:443> ServerName www.example.com DocumentRoot ...


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Remove the Satisfy All directive or change it to Satisfy Any, as is not needed because you're not using authentication directives for the directory .


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Short answer: probably it's not a good idea to set Expire Header for these resources. Explanation: You need to know more about the basics of URL format and its delimiters ://, @, :, ? and #: scheme://[user:password@]domain:port/path?query_string#fragment_id In your URL: Scheme: http Username and password not present. Domain: example.com Port not ...


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You want to look into the location blocks http://nginx.org/en/docs/http/ngx_http_core_module.html#location and the try_files directives http://nginx.org/en/docs/http/ngx_http_core_module.html#try_files For example, if you look at the wordpress blog (a fairly comprehensive example) http://wiki.nginx.org/WordPress you'll see this: location /wordpress { ...


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Have you tried adding the Directory section withing the VirtualHost declaration? What is your error_log output when accessing the host on the browser? Do you get any error as stated in the apache docs? Ok, so if you want apache to scan just two specific folders out of the whole virtualhost directory for .htaccess files you should specify which ones you ...


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Files tag must use relative path to Directory. With absolute path (<Files /var/www/abc/README.txt>) it doesn't work. This works: <Directory /var/www/abc/*> Order allow,deny deny from all <Files README.txt> order allow,deny allow from all </Files> </Directory>


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Since RewriteRules are for regular expression matches instead of replaces, the first line in RewriteRule ^([^_]*)_([^_]*_.*) $1-$2 [N] RewriteRule ^([^_]*)_([^_]*)$ /$1-$2 [L,R=301] is not repeated. Therefore you will need one line for every amount of underscores, e.g. RewriteRule ^(.*)_(.*)_(.*)_(.*)_(.*)_(.*)_(.*)$ /$1-$2-$3-$4-$5-$6-$7 [R=301,L] ...


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UPDATE : Obviously the first thing to do is to send the Origin header in your request ... Your regex is "http(s)?:\/\/(www\.)?(inreado\.local|testenv\.inreado\.com|inreado\.com)$" But I believe it doesn't match at all because you need to add the port to this URL regex (since inreado.local and inreado.local:8080 are two distinct origins). Thus your header ...


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Download the image Insert the picture/image directly into the signature when you create the signature. It won't show as an "attachment" if you are using HTML format. If you want different signatures for each mail format (HTML, plain text, rich text) then you'd need something like Disclaimers (3rd party). .... Profit



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