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I've been in the IT industry since 2000. I have a degree in physics but chose to make my career in IT. Currently I spend more time working with system security than writing code but when I have the time I enjoy perl, php and mysql.

Currently working on:

LAMP servers
Postfix
Windows Server 2008
Network Administration
Security Administration
Asterisk


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comment Quotas in vsftpd?
I think I have it correct. The 100Mb file will truncated by 20Mb making it 80Mb.
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answered would this header cause the email to be flagged as suspect?
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comment Where to purchase a server capable of 512GB of RAM?
@pfo: 512MB servers? - seems like a far cry from a fair comparison. I bet that is just a typo..
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comment postfix/squirrelmail login own domain only
@Tiddo - with all due respect, your question is broad in the sense that it will require configs for postfix, http, iptables, and possibly mysql and will be difficult to answer without significant documentation. Would you mind posing your question in a more detailed manner? That way, you'll receive more than generalized answers (and guesses) in return.
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comment Email postfix marked as spam by google
note that BillThor's suggestion of needing a PTR record is really important. You will more than likely need to get your ISP to define this PTR record on your behalf. I've been able to define my own PTR records when I had access to entire class C networks but had to rely on the ISP when I was dealing with smaller network blocks.