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The best thing to do is to forward e-mails from the old e-mails to one central e-mail address that you create, (provided that the customers doesn't use these anymore). That way they won't miss anything and will receive all of their mail. Then use the IMAP and POP3 services in a google account for the new e-mail that forwards all the incoming mail from the ...


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To put this simply, yes this wouldn't be a great idea. By blocking google from not seeing pages it can't determine what on them and can in some instances view them as suspicious as you are hiding things that aren't necessary. What you should do is redirect any relevant pages to the new pages. example "domain-old.com/a" and "domain-old.com/b" might be ...


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You can install the nofollow meta tag < META NAME="ROBOTS" CONTENT="NOINDEX, NOFOLLOW" >


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As per Outbound Requests, App Engine uses the URL Fetch service to issue outbound requests. Requests from your application are in effect being proxied through Google's URL Fetch service. Other sites can often rather easily identify the source of these requests. In addition, App Engine will append an identifier string to the User-Agent header to allow servers ...


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Add the following to your Apache config after you load the /usr/share/modsecurity-crs/activated_rules/modsecurity_crs_41_sql_injection_attacks.conf file: SecRuleUpdateTargetById 981319 !ARGS:'g-recaptcha-response' Note you may need to whitelist this argument from other rules similarly.



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