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location Vitoria, Spain
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seen Nov 16 at 20:55

I'm the BOFH of my work office, and project manager of related projects like supports or hostings.

I enjoy testing virtual appliances and looking for improvements for the installed software.


Mar
12
accepted Mail rejected because of SPF lookup - can a MX record be a CNAME?
Mar
1
comment Mail rejected because of SPF lookup - can a MX record be a CNAME?
You're right. I did something wrong with copying my example from notepad. I edited for clarity.
Mar
1
revised Mail rejected because of SPF lookup - can a MX record be a CNAME?
Wrong domains in second example
Mar
1
asked Mail rejected because of SPF lookup - can a MX record be a CNAME?
Feb
3
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
9
accepted Postfix rewriting some emails
Jul
9
comment Postfix rewriting some emails
After all this, I'll tell my client to connect via SMTP. The answer helped a lot to clarify myself, so I'll check it as the answer. Only remaining the curiosity about PHP mail command. Does it (FROM being the address of the user running the command) always happen?
Jul
9
comment Postfix rewriting some emails
Both erased, postfix reinstalled. Sendmail, as you said, is not showing anymore (out of the question, but why it did when I double checked "service sendmail stop" and master listening on 25?). You made the light with the difference between connecting throug SMTP or executing PHP mail command. SMTP works OK, PHP mail appears in logs as "from=<apache@albergues02.resolve.com>". I'm starting to think that this is correct, as apache is the user that is actually sending the email. I thought you could have both sendmail and postfix installed, but I learnt to be careful with sendmail.xx command.
Jul
9
comment Postfix rewriting some emails
Changed. I want to relay all mails coming from localhost without rewriting FROM. Sendmail is installed but service is stopped.
Jul
9
revised Postfix rewriting some emails
added 175 characters in body
Jul
9
asked Postfix rewriting some emails
Jul
6
answered Access RAID configuration in x3550M2
Jul
5
comment Access RAID configuration in x3550M2
Right now is configured as RAID1, so I guess it's hardware RAID. In BIOS I can't find either information. I had to use the already installed ESXi to gather the information. Didn't mention before but I tried already Ctrl+C combination as stated in the linked manaul
Jul
5
asked Access RAID configuration in x3550M2
Jun
20
comment How do you disable DHCP in VMWare Player?
I replied a minute ago based on Workstation's menu. Found a Player around here but I cannot find the same option to edit virtual networks.
Mar
26
comment SAN alternative for VMWare
By the way, neither do I
Mar
26
answered SAN alternative for VMWare
Feb
23
accepted Slow performance when serving files on Windows 2003 - where to search?
Feb
23
comment Slow performance when serving files on Windows 2003 - where to search?
It turned to be the antivirus, not the client but the server. Anyway, the best answer to my real question (what can I look at?) was answered by Nic, so I would like you to post your comment as an anwser and award it.
Feb
21
comment Slow performance when serving files on Windows 2003 - where to search?
Thanks for the advice. We tried, and saw nothing strange. But the fact is that it seems to work much better now, it seems another restart was needed, after upgrading drivers (although it was restarted). Users are not working at this time, tomorrow morning we'll ask them, but remote access with TeamViewer shows office documents opening at a normal speed in their 5-year-old computers. Guess that Wireshark would have shown problems if the driver was the cause, so if nothing happens tomorrow, will be glad to grant you the answer