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Apr
13
reviewed Close Linux-Networking: How do I get routing to work with two network interfaces on the same subnet?
Apr
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reviewed Close Check Primary Authentication Protocol for Active Directory (NTLM or Kerberos?)
Apr
13
reviewed Close Is there a trayless external hard disk enclosure available?
Apr
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reviewed Close Must have Windows Systems Client-side tools and settings
Apr
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reviewed Close Suggest a Software Inventory Program?
Apr
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reviewed Close A tool to acquire tasks
Apr
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reviewed Close Can Docker Corrupt a Software RAID Setup?
Apr
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reviewed Close Unable to understand a stty option for Emacs in OS/X
Apr
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reviewed Close Quick access to control panel stuff in Vista
Apr
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reviewed Close Sources of information on administering large SQL Server Databases?
Apr
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reviewed Close Migrating email from Cpanel to Google Apps
Apr
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reviewed Close Windows XP page file on laptop second SSD drive
Apr
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reviewed Close Control my network
Apr
11
answered Why my browser wouldn't load all image resources at once?
Apr
8
comment sendmail/exim4 two servers one is send-only
@coladict You do need to know the requirements of your relay server. If it is in provider's control, you may need to use a local relay. Your exim logs and bounce messages should tell you why the messages are bounced. Being spammy in one fashion or another may be the cause.
Apr
8
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Apr
8
comment sendmail/exim4 two servers one is send-only
@coladic You don't need any control of the second server. You only need to configure your server to route all mail to the second server.
Apr
7
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Apr
7
comment sendmail/exim4 two servers one is send-only
@coladict Smarthost is a central server that knows how to route mail. Just a term for a role not software. ISPs relays are the most commonly used smarthosts.
Apr
6
comment sendmail/exim4 two servers one is send-only
@coladict You need to configure your host, not the second host. It should then forward you mail appropriately. Your domain will need an appropriate MX record to point to its mail server.