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comment Workarounds for maximum DNS-Interactive terms limit exceeded in SPF record?
I believe using a subdomain breaks DKIM though? I know we've had trouble with this in the past. Seems like that is the only solution though.
Aug
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revised Workarounds for maximum DNS-Interactive terms limit exceeded in SPF record?
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comment Workarounds for maximum DNS-Interactive terms limit exceeded in SPF record?
I like those others, but I am not seeing answers that provide a workaround? Is this 10 lookup limit actually enforced in practice?
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revised Workarounds for maximum DNS-Interactive terms limit exceeded in SPF record?
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comment Workarounds for maximum DNS-Interactive terms limit exceeded in SPF record?
Darn, I searched for the error message but got zero hits.
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asked Workarounds for maximum DNS-Interactive terms limit exceeded in SPF record?
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Mar
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revised DNS failing to propagate worldwide
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Mar
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comment Nginx rewrite rule to replace querystring question mark with underscore
It does work, we are testing that the matched files are ending in .php which is part of the path. Though you're right, a file ending in php could still have no params.
Mar
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comment Nginx rewrite rule to replace querystring question mark with underscore
ok, if we put it in location ~ \.php$ we can get try_files to work, but it does not work in location /
Mar
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comment Nginx rewrite rule to replace querystring question mark with underscore
I like this, but we can't get the try_files bit to actually work, whereas the rewrite does work. (well, if you add a ? to the end of your rewrite there so the query params aren't added to it..)
Mar
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comment Nginx rewrite rule to replace querystring question mark with underscore
we can do it without the if, when we specify a more strict .* clause in the first rewrite param. This is hugely helpful!
Mar
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comment Nginx rewrite rule to replace querystring question mark with underscore
very interesting approach, would this cause a potential disk read and "file not found" on all potential URLs though?
Mar
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revised Nginx rewrite rule to replace querystring question mark with underscore
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