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Jun
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accepted How to use sendmail to send mail as local user from remote computer and protect with password
Jun
19
comment How to use sendmail to send mail as local user from remote computer and protect with password
okay i'll check that but vpn for 30 machines is okay?
Jun
19
asked How to use sendmail to send mail as local user from remote computer and protect with password
Jun
6
comment Tool or method to parse an incoming e mail, strip the data and push into a database
may I ask what you finally did to do that since the question was asked 4 years ago?
Jun
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awarded  Scholar
Jun
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accepted unknown configuration line “INPUT_MAIL_FILTER(dkim-milter, S=inet:8891@localhost)”
Jun
5
revised unknown configuration line “INPUT_MAIL_FILTER(dkim-milter, S=inet:8891@localhost)”
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Jun
5
revised unknown configuration line “INPUT_MAIL_FILTER(dkim-milter, S=inet:8891@localhost)”
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Jun
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asked unknown configuration line “INPUT_MAIL_FILTER(dkim-milter, S=inet:8891@localhost)”
Jun
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awarded  Teacher
Jun
4
answered How to write DKIM TXT DNS Record in GoDaddy?
Jun
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asked How to write DKIM TXT DNS Record in GoDaddy?
Jun
4
comment How does domain name resolution work for SMTP relay services?
I think I'm trying to figure out the same problem as you but no solution yet.
Jun
3
comment map address mail.example.com to sendmail port 25 on example.com
Okay, so if I keep thing that way which is not a bad idea afaiu, I could still connect to my sendmail client on example.com using the mail.example.com address?
Jun
3
comment map address mail.example.com to sendmail port 25 on example.com
create a A record for mail.example.com ? I have doubt about that.
Jun
3
asked map address mail.example.com to sendmail port 25 on example.com
Jun
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awarded  Editor
Jun
1
revised Apache Virtual host *:80 required?
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awarded  Student
Jun
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comment Apache Virtual host *:80 required?
VirtualHost configuration: wildcard NameVirtualHosts and default servers: default:443 ec2-ip.us-west-2.compute.internal (/etc/httpd/conf.d/ssl.conf:74) *:80 ec2-ip.us-west-2.compute.internal (/etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf:1005) Syntax OK