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<form method="post" action="C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\Drop2.php"> C:\ is not a URL, it's a path. <form method="post" action="Drop2.php"> would be better, assuming the files are in the same folder.


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According to hints from postfix-users@postfix.org you should use virtual mailer instead of local mailer for deliveries to me@example.ru. As I understand you may: 1. Put example.ru domain in virtual_mailbox_domains list 2. Use virtual mailbox map (vmailbox) to specify location of me@example.ru mailbox-file/maildir 3. Use virtual uid map to set owner of ...


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What directive used in main.cf for that /etc/postfix/virtual ? There're a bunch of maps. I would use for such things in main.cf just recipient_bcc_maps = hash:/usr/local/etc/postfix/recipient_bcc sender_bcc_maps = hash:/usr/local/etc/postfix/sender_bcc where you can manipulate with copies of sent/received emails. Syntax of recipient_bcc/sender_bcc is ...


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With / in front of the directory, you need to use full path from the root of the server. For example: root /var/www/test/a/; Without the /, it will use the path specified during compile time with the --prefix option for the prefix for the root directive. You should also use alias directive inside location blocks, that doesn't cause issues with location ...


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You used $server_name in your redirect, which causes the content of the server_name directive to be used. This is not what you want. Instead, you should replace it with $host.


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You are probably looking for Nginx's include function: http://nginx.org/en/docs/ngx_core_module.html#include You can use it like this: server { listen 80; server_name example.com; […] include conf/location.conf; } include also accepts wildcards so you could also write include include/*.conf to include every *.conf file in directory "include"


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It should work with this: location ~* ^/(app-core|config|lib|modules|templates)/$ { return 303 http://localhost:xxxx/; }


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I took a guess what your organization is and that you are using dhcp. Yes your organization prominently publishes a group of 3 servers That being said your organization also instructs dhcp clients to use six other servers. I am not sure why it is a problem that your machine is using servers advertised in dhcp but you can turn this functionality off if ...


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Maybe there is some misconfiguration on selinux(if you are using a redhat based distribution) or on apparmor(if you are using ubuntu). Try to stop them in order to verify if this is the problem. You can also try to read the configuration file using the user running the haproxy daemon using the command sudo -u cat /etc/haproxy/haproxy.cfg



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