The SCO site has been quite subtly defaced. One of the images on the main page of the site has been replaced with the one below:The image that *should* have been there is below: … [Read more...] about SCO defaced
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A handy little utility that integrates with Outlook 2003 (and older versions) is Spam Source Install the plugin and setup your spamcop (or other) reporting addresses and off you go. … [Read more...] about Spam reporting for outlook
There was an interesting post to ILUG this morning with links to alternatives for a lot of common Windows applications. Ken Guest's list of applications is an excellent starting point. I'll definitely be adding that to the resources section when I get a chance. There are still a couple of areas that it is hard for linux to compete, but things are definitely improving. I only … [Read more...] about Common Windows Software alternatives
As of last Friday ICANN's rules on domain transfers have been changed quite dramatically. Whether this should be seen in a positive light or not is hard to say, however the potential for abuse is all too real. Some of the registrars make it relatively easy to edit domains "en masse", so locking isn't an issue. Others don't seem to understand why updating several hundred … [Read more...] about ICANN and domains ….
Introduction I am currently mirroring a number of DNS blacklists, often referred to as RBLs, on our network in order to speed up mail processing. By keeping the queries local not only do we get a definite speed increase, faster processing and fewer timeouts but we also reduce our bandwidth usage. In order to setup a local mirror (or caching server) you will need the … [Read more...] about DNS Blacklists – Setting up a local mirror