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comment Sendmail over SMTP is Throttling My PHP Script… How do I make it behave?
When I use sendmail directly, the email messages that go out have a "from 127.0.0.1" in the headers, which is causing issues with spam filters. Is there a way around that?
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comment Sendmail over SMTP is Throttling My PHP Script… How do I make it behave?
Would that make the script hang when trying to connect to SMTP?
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revised More RAM or More Cores for a MySQL Database Server?
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comment More RAM or More Cores for a MySQL Database Server?
That's useful to know, didn't realize the 55xx used RAM in sets of 3.
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comment More RAM or More Cores for a MySQL Database Server?
Thanks, those are some good insights.
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comment More RAM or More Cores for a MySQL Database Server?
Of course, I use 64-bit everywhere, on every machine I touch.
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comment Change Passwords for All Users on Linux Server
This one is a great tool that I wasn't aware of, so while I went with the other method, thanks for introducing me to something new =)
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comment Change Passwords for All Users on Linux Server
I ended up using this just because it was so simple. You might note that you need two dashes before stdin, like --stdin. I'd edit your answer but I don't have enough rep on SF.
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comment Change Passwords for All Users on Linux Server
@Chris - Funny =) Actually, not layoffs, just removing a single person who wasn't doing his job.
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