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Jun
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comment is there any way for MS-TNEF headers to be added to email in transit or receipt?
Any Exchange experts out there think this is possible? Alternately, how do I prove it's not the case?
Jun
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comment is there any way for MS-TNEF headers to be added to email in transit or receipt?
Useful to know, thanks, although I've never heard of a "Rich Text Format" that is different than "RTF"! But question - why would my coworker in Vietnam receive TNEF when I receive HTML from the very same sender on the same message?
Jun
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asked is there any way for MS-TNEF headers to be added to email in transit or receipt?
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Feb
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answered glibc conundrum - how to undo partial upgrade?
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asked glibc conundrum - how to undo partial upgrade?
Oct
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comment hosted servers: multiple providers?
In this case, I don't need to mirror environments in that precise a manner; these are internal tools for data analysis, not busy web servers where the details can make or break the user experience. But, thank you for the advice from that perspective.
Oct
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accepted hosted servers: multiple providers?
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comment hosted servers: multiple providers?
Hi there - well, I really was asking about the general case, because if there's never any benefit to splitting across providers, then there's definitely no benefit in my particular case, so I think your original answer covered that well. Thank you!
Oct
29
comment hosted servers: multiple providers?
For these purposes, we're actually just looking for a second machine to separate out production vs. dev usage -- more space for production team to run the application, and isolation so developers can test software upgrades without any chance of impacting production. The addition of a second machine was just an opportunity to examine the question of where these servers should live.
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Jan
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comment Can Ubuntu Desktop “become” Ubuntu Server?
@thomasrutter: At the time of writing, this answer was correct. Morever, there are some of us still running Ubuntu 10.04 LTS (supported until 2015) where there are desktop & server versions of the kernel with tuning differences in interrupt handling and process fairness. See for example: linuxjournal.com/content/kernel-any-other-name
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Nov
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comment shouldn't /etc/hosts.deny be intercepting this before it hits ssh logs?
Hi! Added requested log detail in question above, and this may be the big clue. If sshd isn't sure about the IP->name lookup, then it errs on the side of caution & doesn't act?