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bio website francescoruvolo.it/en.html
location Italy
age 24
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Aug
29
comment Mail goes to spam when using `mail` from command line
@Fox, how do I check which hostname the SMTP client use when contacting the gmail server? I know that if I connect with telnet to my SMTP server, on the very first line it present itself as fs1.francescoruvolo.com, I assume it uses the same hostname when contacting other servers.
Aug
29
comment Mail goes to spam when using `mail` from command line
@Sammitch, I'm the owner of the server.
Aug
29
comment Mail goes to spam when using `mail` from command line
moreover, I just tried to send an email from command line using the mail command. I didn't use the root account but a normal one, I wrote an email with normal test (i.e. "Hi, how are you? I'm fine. Cheers") and still it was marked as spam.
Aug
28
comment Mail goes to spam when using `mail` from command line
Yes of course, I could solve the problem for me adding the address to a whitelist, but customers may have their own php script which sends email (for example email to confirm subscription to a mailing list) and this email are marked as spam as well. Moreover, when I create a new user on the server, the system sends an email to the users with his password and instruction to use his space, all these emails are marked as spam. I would love to have a different solution than asking everybody to add the address to whitelist. :(
Nov
1
comment Redirect traffic from 127.0.0.1 to 127.0.0.1 on port 53 to port 5300 with iptables
@ZiTAL, Thanks!
Sep
22
comment MySQL-client and MySQL-server are obsoleted by… themselves
@quanta, Yes, I do. I think you found the problem, I've the following line in /etc/yum.conf:exclude=apache* httpd* mod_* mysql* MySQL* da_* *ftp* exim* sendmail* php* bind-chroot*. However, rpm -qa shows that MySQL client, server, shared and devel are installed with version 5.5.14-1.
Sep
3
comment Is it possibile to use different web server for different domain?
Thank you very much. I'll study both approaches.
Jun
29
comment Am I obliged to use ipv6 tunnel services if I want to be able to use it?
Is there a way to find out if the upstream router supports it?
Jun
28
comment run apache as root
It seems you don't have rmp source repo enabled. I added a link to a guide in the answer, if that doesn't work, consider downloading the source from apache official site.
Jun
27
comment run apache as root
He said he already knows these thing and he said it's a test server without any security needed (probably he has it on a virtual machine, too). Try to give an answer if you can.
Jun
23
comment Redirect traffic from 127.0.0.1 to 127.0.0.1 on port 53 to port 5300 with iptables
Well. I didn't know this. But I need it on the same PC, I'm going to rename the question to be more specific. Thank you.
Jun
22
comment Redirect traffic from 127.0.0.1 to 127.0.0.1 on port 53 to port 5300 with iptables
Yes, I'm running it from the same PC. No change with that extra command.
Jun
22
comment Redirect traffic from 127.0.0.1 to 127.0.0.1 on port 53 to port 5300 with iptables
Doesn't work. It continues to say it can't reach the server. But I can reach it with dig -p 5300 @localhost.