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comment Not receiving mails from some senders due to DNS config
The specifics are a mess, so 'generally yes' :-)
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comment Not receiving mails from some senders due to DNS config
I'm not sure I'd call the behavior "faulty". The configuration of a CNAME with other records (MX, NS, etc) is something that was broken / not-recommended, and different hosts interpreted it in different ways.
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revised Not receiving mails from some senders due to DNS config
forgot to mention sendmail's behavior on this, found a djb post on the subject for further background.
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comment /var/lib/mysql folder is missing
You're welcome!
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comment Access denied error 3221225578 with file sharing to Windows server
Also useful: grab TZedit.exe from Microsoft here, and edit your timezone for the current rules, then restart and ensure your DST is now correct and ensure the clock is correct (if it was previously manually adjusted). More details here.
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answered How do I do an exact whois search?
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comment DDNS entry being replaced to the actual IP on an iptables chain
womble is correct. if you view the chain using iptables -Lnv ACCEPT_PERSONAL you will see that the rules reference the IP, not the hostname. You can schedule a cronjob to replace the rules on a semi-regular basis, which would "freshen" the IP fairly well.