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bio website twitter.com/zishan_danish
location Pakistan
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Agile software engineer


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Feb
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asked Windows Server 2008 - HTTPS connection timing out
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comment Postfix to Gmail and Hotmail
Just an update: even the Hotmail Deliverability Support Service did not help much. My last resort so far has been to join the Junk Mail Reporting Partner program. I don't know if that helps but I've heard that it could take up to a couple of weeks.
Jan
28
comment Postfix to Gmail and Hotmail
Found a link to Hotmail Deliverability Support Service (support.msn.com/eform.aspx?productKey=edfsmsbl2&ct=eformts). Sumbitted my IP and received an email saying that "reported deliverability problem has been mitigated and might take from 24 to 48 hours to replicate through their systems. Plus additional links to improve my email eco-system. Wow.
Jan
28
comment Postfix to Gmail and Hotmail
The rDNS is resolving back to my mail server. I'm starting to suspect that it's due to my domain being a couple of weeks old.
Jan
28
comment Postfix to Gmail and Hotmail
No, the messages aren't bouncing back. It's just that every email sent through my email server is being marked as spam. I've tried using different email accounts but no luck.
Jan
28
asked Postfix to Gmail and Hotmail
Jan
28
asked OpenDKIM - cannot determine host's domain name, so skipping default key generation
Jan
26
awarded  Commentator
Jan
26
accepted Difference between iptables -A and -I option
Jan
26
comment Difference between iptables -A and -I option
+1 for the resource usage tip.
Jan
25
asked Difference between iptables -A and -I option
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Oct
11
comment Windows Server 2008 - Unable to access website from certain ISPs
It does make it to my subnet and router. Probably also does to the firewall but then starts dropping packets for some of the networks.
Oct
11
comment Windows Server 2008 - Unable to access website from certain ISPs
The tracert ends right at the perimeter i.e. my data center's router replies back successfully and after that it dies when it's my server's turn. I tried using this utility to verify: tracert.com/trace_exe.html, when I disable the firewall, the trace runs fine but the moment I enable it, only few of the listed servers are able to successfully trace route to my server (same goes for the website).
Oct
11
comment Windows Server 2008 - Unable to access website from certain ISPs
Thanks, Mitch - I tried this already but strangely the firewall doesn't seem to be capturing any dropped packets :S