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awarded  Popular Question
Dec
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awarded  Yearling
Feb
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comment Logging Bounced messages to a Database (Postfix with virtual domains/users)
Voted this down. Using file() on a mail log is generally a bad idea. A server that sends any volume of mail will have logs that will amass tens if not hundreds of megabytes fairly quickly. file() loads the entire file at once into an array [memory]. Additionally there are some documented issues with this function pertaining to accessing files that other processes are accessing, which will be the case with a mail log.
Oct
18
answered Task Scheduler offers download of .asp script instead of running it
Oct
18
comment Task Scheduler offers download of .asp script instead of running it
I don't know the answer off hand, but my guess is you're going to want to Google command line asp
Oct
18
comment Configuring Apache to return 404 with every request
"I was wondering, is there any way force Apache to always return 404 or other error every time something other than those two websites are hit?" If it's not giving an error already, then it's serving content that doesn't exist? I'm confused. What happens when they try to access a website that apache isn't serving?
Oct
11
comment drivers/etc/hosts doesn't work in Windows Server 2008
What does gotomylocal.com resolve to when you ping it? Did you try ipconfig /flushdns ?
Oct
7
comment Why does this mod_rewrite rule 'not-match'? (big rewrite log included)
The \ before the . is an escape character, meaning that it matches a . and not the regex for .
Oct
7
comment ASP.NET pages crash IIS7 app pool
You might find this helpful: stevesmithblog.com/blog/an-iis-crash-analysis-story
Oct
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awarded  Citizen Patrol
Oct
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awarded  Critic
Oct
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comment Should a 404 ever be used in conjunction with a 301-redirect?
It's going to be a little tricky if you don't have access to the web server. You could try writing a script to open a connection to the old page and read the response. I just set up a similar 301 to see if the IE9 Developer tools would see what happened, but no luck.
Oct
5
comment What, if anything, is safe to symlink in /var?
I was going to suggest the same thing. We do this on a number of our servers as our database hd footprint has expanded. +1
Oct
5
comment .htaccess - how to tell wordpress to ignore a directory
I agree, putting them into an images directory is probably your best bet.
Oct
5
comment Should a 404 ever be used in conjunction with a 301-redirect?
Although I guess I could have been a little clearer in my distinction between the 404 response and the 404 page, but I think it is ultimately irrelevant here.
Oct
5
comment Should a 404 ever be used in conjunction with a 301-redirect?
I appreciate you trying to get technical, but I think it's fairly evident from my response that I know the difference between a 404 response and a 404 page. If you read the OP you'll see they want to incorporate both to create a convoluted 301.
Oct
5
answered Should a 404 ever be used in conjunction with a 301-redirect?
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awarded  Scholar
Oct
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accepted Sending multiple messages with fsockopen - Last message doesn't go out
Oct
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comment Sending multiple messages with fsockopen - Last message doesn't go out
I added echo fgets($this->smtp) after every CRLF.CRLF The first one responded with 220 (SMTP Service ready.) - Was expecting 250. The following messages responded with 250, even the to the last recipient which wasn't receiving the message. I added more fgets, specifically after sending the HELO command. After doing this, I receive a 220, and then a 250 for each of the messages going out. This time, everyone on the list received the e-mail! So, I'm still not sure exactly why it's happening, but reading the response seems to fix the issue. Thanks for your help.