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Aug
28
answered jailing sftp users without messy folders
Aug
28
comment jailing sftp users without messy folders
Thanks, looks good and I'll give it a try. Rather than marking this questions as a duplicate, perhaps it will be better to simply reword the answer here with a contextually relevant explanation (I'm happy to do so if it works). The question isn't a duplicate, it just happens to have the same answer and people searching for this info in the future would miss it otherwise.
Aug
28
asked jailing sftp users without messy folders
Jan
16
comment Why does anyone use ftp?
Why vote this down? This is the exact reason I still use FTP for some stuff. I know it sucks but it's just so simple.
Nov
17
comment Monitor sent/received emails
I'm sorry but I looked through those plugins and I see nothing helpful. Looks like a bunch of plugins for other functionality like sending test emails and checking against blacklists.
Nov
10
comment Monitor sent/received emails
Have you installed this before and is it tricky? I would have to help non-technical people install this over the phone - they're far away from me. I'm slightly apprehensive about that.
Nov
10
awarded  Commentator
Nov
10
comment Monitor sent/received emails
This looks like it might be ideal. For anyone reading this - it looks like a client side program that does indeed have the option to monitor all emails sent/recd on the network and save the actual emails to a folder. This link mentions that feature colasoft.com/capsa/…
Nov
8
comment Monitor sent/received emails
The legal stuff is taken care of. I agree it's important and worth mentioning for other people reading this.
Nov
8
asked Monitor sent/received emails
Oct
11
awarded  Student
Sep
14
comment centos server - basic troubleshooting steps
Very useful commands. I'll read the full article as well.
Sep
14
revised centos server - basic troubleshooting steps
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Sep
14
accepted centos server - basic troubleshooting steps
Sep
14
comment centos server - basic troubleshooting steps
I'm looking more for troubleshooting tips on my end, although that is still good advice. In fact, in my current situation, the problem was in fact being caused by emergency maintenance on their end, so your tip should never be over looked. I'll accept your answer since you guessed what was causing it, but hopefully people will still leave more tips so I can learn.
Sep
14
comment centos server - basic troubleshooting steps
These are the kind of tips I'm looking for. Now I just have to figure out what's "normal" in that log file, and what everything means. It's mostly xinetd starting and exiting smtp connections, with an occasional pure-ftpd making a connection from 127.0.0.1
Sep
13
asked centos server - basic troubleshooting steps
Aug
27
accepted SPF include:domain.com problem
Aug
27
comment SPF include:domain.com problem
Wonderful! And the best part is I'm actually starting to understand how it all works ;)
Aug
27
awarded  Supporter