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comment Sending mail from a user supplied email address
Thats why im asking, as that is what i had thought. My only question then is, how do companies like mailchimp do it where you can use your domain. Is that all down to you adding mailchimp to your domains SPF/DKIM?
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comment Sending mail from a user supplied email address
So maybe I should add a clause that, any SPF records they may have in place in their records could affect the emailing process.
Feb
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comment Sending mail from a user supplied email address
There is no forgery from our end, I am developing a data collection app that is hosted by us, users sign up and can collect data for their users that they add. I just wanted to know if we can legally use their email address if they know it will be used for all respondent emails regarding confirmation emails and such. and the technicality of that which you mention, so if they do use strict SPF rules it may stop the emails sending?
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accepted MySQL query, 2 similar servers, 2 minute difference in execution times
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answered MySQL query, 2 similar servers, 2 minute difference in execution times
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revised mysql my.cnf ignored
Mysql still running after mysql stop seems successful
Jun
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comment mysql my.cnf ignored
After doing a service mysql stop.. mysql was still running with no problems.. that seems to be an issue to me? what would cause that
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revised mysql my.cnf ignored
print-defaults message includes my.cnf changes!
Jun
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comment mysql my.cnf ignored
I added the file, no change to my buffer pool :S
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comment mysql my.cnf ignored
I have a file named mysqld_safe_syslog.cnf containing 2 lines :[mysqld_safe] syslog
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comment MySQL query, 2 similar servers, 2 minute difference in execution times
Ye, got all that checked opened a question here : serverfault.com/questions/394651/mysql-my-cnf-ignored but still unsure of what is happening :S