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Jack of all trades UNIX admin, with FreeBSD and Linux being my preferred operating systems.

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asked Recommendations needed on building an outbound relay spam filter
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answered System to keep folder synchronized with remote server
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answered Anyone seen a helper program to create a changelog for a server?
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answered Is there a generic filesystem checksum tool for Linux?
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comment Hotmail and Live.com rejecting all emails
Does it reject all messages or just particular ones you are trying to send? Register yourself accounts with Live/Hotmail and try sending yourself messages manually via telnet with SMTP commands for the IP addresses you are working with. If the simple test messages make it through, but "real" messages do not, then the mail content itself (anything from headers to HTML tags) could be increasing the spamminess of your mail past a certain threshold.
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answered last modified date of directory
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answered Web Content Filtering
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comment How can I log users' bash commands?
Start with the man pages for auditd and go from there. It might not be part of the base Debian install, but the audit facility is a Linux kernel component, so the userland tools can be installed and used on any distribution.
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answered How big (in bits) is a Unix UID?
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answered Accessing samba shares over the internet
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comment Any Available Versioning File Systems like VMS used to have
While I agree with your sentiment of VMS's "versioning" it is a nice feature from the end-user's point of view, and one that I regularly go looking for every year or so, just to see if any of the new file systems implement such a handy feature. "foo;verion" is so much more elegant (and easier to grasp for a novice, IMO) than "/mountpoint/.zfs/snapshot/five_days_ago/full/path/to/foo". It was about the only thing I liked of VMS when I was forced to endure it in college.