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comment Protect apache pages by URL
Oh, it is valid. just use 192.168.11.0/24 then. But that is identical to 192.168.11
Oct
27
comment Protect apache pages by URL
As documented, the above is not valid. Use ip.pre.fix instead. You also don't need to use LocationMatch here.
Oct
27
answered Postfix: how to use simple file for SASL authentication?
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27
answered Protect apache pages by URL
Oct
27
comment Is Apache 2.2.22 able to sustain 1.000 simultaneous connected clients?
That's much too involved to detail to you on a forum site. I'd be rewriting the documentation.
Oct
27
comment Is Apache 2.2.22 able to sustain 1.000 simultaneous connected clients?
When you know what exactly you want, ask a directed question. This is not a polling site.
Oct
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answered Is Apache 2.2.22 able to sustain 1.000 simultaneous connected clients?
Oct
27
answered Test ethernet port for data loss
Oct
27
comment Apache2: Trying to map a subdomain to a subdirectory
Not without using a proxy.
Oct
27
comment Is there a good way to prevent a server from emailing a specific address (we control both servers/apps)?
Yes, the server will try to send, and see the destination is not reachable. The message will be retried for as long as you have configured it to, and then bounced.
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answered Apache2: Trying to map a subdomain to a subdirectory
Oct
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answered Is there a good way to prevent a server from emailing a specific address (we control both servers/apps)?
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24
comment Why doesn't Apache 2.4 respect VirtualHosts?
Always post the result of httpd -S (or, for Debuntu systems, apache2ctl -S) when discussing vhost problems.
Oct
22
revised Postfix relay all mail through SES except for one sending domain / address
added 354 characters in body
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22
comment Postfix relay all mail through SES except for one sending domain / address
Post the complete logs of ONE mail sent with the above in place.