Category Archives: Servers
So, if you have created a “nospam” box according to the previous blog entry, then this post may be for you. If you are noting that some emails are blocked (and some of these are gmail accounts), and you look … Continue reading
Just one of those days… this was a production server at work. It was doing actual real live production work in August 2018, until I stumbled across it and rebuilt it into a modern VM with a modern OS. Love … Continue reading
Just a thought, was reading this article about how facebook is killing comedy, and came across this paragraph: Facebook has created a centrally designed internet. It’s a lamer, shittier looking internet. It’s just not as cool as an internet that … Continue reading
Upgraded a server recently, found out a day later that my outbound mail was being rejected… from the local server. Looked at all of the configuration files and found that none of them have changed. What the heck is going … Continue reading
NOTE: this article was written mid 2016. A few years ago, I got a new job, and they used Google (docs, gmail, everything)… and it was wonderful. Sure, being someone who has always used OSS mail tools, office suite, etc, … Continue reading
I am pretty certain this is not a common thing, and I will investigate more as to why I need apparmor, but while working on a Linux Mint 18 box today, it would not print. In fact CUPS kept crashing.
This post is spawned from a need to write down at least a minimal set of procedures that get preformed over and over through my IT adventure. It typically starts on day one: I’m the new guy, and the IT … Continue reading
Just a minor update on the previous nospam entry. This update will guide you through the process of releasing a quarantined message. It is not often one has to release a quarantined message, but it is pretty quick and painless.
Just looked up from my desk and realized that a lot of my team members have ergonomic issues (the screen is too low when you put the monitor/laptop on the desk, the desk itself is too low, etc). I chuckled … Continue reading