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comment Remote desktop sessions - Unwanted automatic log off after period of time
The question was regarding sessions ending prematurely not the transfer method so that is what I had addressed. Using /admin you could transfer with ftp, scp, http or any others and the console session would maintain even if RDP disconnected as long as the users didn't logout. If the server enforces an inactivity logout then yes using a scheduled task could be a method to circumvent that.
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comment How to stop spammers from sending spam as me
SPF is supposed to be the solution to this problem, but it is only effective if the receiving mail server has been setup to use SPF records. The more it is implemented, the more effective it will become.
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answered Amazon EC2 + EBS:: Regular backup plan?
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answered QoS for Firebird database connections - how?
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comment Published and updated mass email statistics?
Thanks for the link, although it is not quite what I'm looking for. I'd like more aggregated statistics about the messages themselves, this is more about the senders.