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comment Disk IO slow on ESXi, even slower on a VM (freeNAS + iSCSI)
How big of an effect does ZIL on an SSD have? I understand SLOG should considerably speed up sync writes
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revised Exim: Change sender address when sending mails out of local network
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comment Exim: Change sender address when sending mails out of local network
I noticed your edit a while after I had made my last comment. For whatever reason I did not get that to work though, so I went with the other answer, as I was running out of time. I do not doubt that this is right, I propably just had mistyped/configured something...
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comment Exim: Change sender address when sending mails out of local network
This is how I got it to work, except: There has to be a ^ in the beginning of the rule, as S excepts a regexp
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comment Exim: Change sender address when sending mails out of local network
I tried grep, locate and looked for a few man-pages, but did not find anything. Should the file be defined in exim.conf?
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comment Exim: Change sender address when sending mails out of local network
/etc/email-addresses does not exist on my server. Can I just create it, or does that indicate that something is missing?
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comment Hide every directory in a folder from index, but not their contents
Is it possible to do it so that you can not see the contents of /private/, but you can see /private/abc/? So I could just create multiple "private folders" for different people, or would I have to alias them separately?
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