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comment How to access a server (TCP connection) running in a Virtual PC virtual machine (XP Mode) from the host system?
This is a "bridged" mode, right? Where the VM and the host will share logical connections on the same ethernet interface, so the VM will be joining the same network as the host? This is not ideal but it should work. I was hoping to just have a private network of some kind for the VM. Is there a way in windows to create a virtual only device not bound to any actual ethernet device (similar to a loopback on Linux) that the VM could then use?
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comment How to manually run exim4 to process and locally deliver already-received messages
(Also, the messages are already split into multiple files, so that's not a problem.)
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comment How to manually run exim4 to process and locally deliver already-received messages
Thanks Walter. Something was screwed up with SA and spamc was not runnable. Maybe I want -ti instead of just -t though? Then if a message has a "." in it it won't stop processing there. Are there any other options that I should look for? I tried exim4 -ti on a test message and it seemed to do the right thing.
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