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Sendmail local domain relay

Sendmail on webserver.mydomain.com is sending all emails properly except email addressed to [email protected] mydomain.com's mail is not handled locally and mx records are configured to point to ...
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Disconnecting a USB device without unplugging it

I'm modifying my desktop computer case and I want to plug everything into the USB ports in the back of it. However, the ports are not easy to reach and sometimes I have to unplug some devices because ...
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usb receive message when relay is triggered?

is there a device that, say when a device like a dryer motor turns on, it triggers a relay. the relay trip is measured by a usb device of some sort, then a message is displayed in a program? i'm not ...
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Does Tor need more Relay node or Exit nodes? [closed]

If I have free bandwidth, am I better off sharing as a relay node or exit node? Trying to help the Tor network
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tor relay - how to display remaining bandwith quota?

I have a noobish question. I am experimenting with tor and would like to offer a relay service without exit node. My relay goes into hibernation surprisingly fast (inspite of setting AccountingMax ...
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Gmail relay will not email account on its own domain (google apps)

I am running sendmail on Ubuntu. I've configured it all as normal to relay email via my Google apps server. I have another account on a ubuntu VM that works just fine and it can email itself etc. I ...
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Is there such a thing as a USB-controllable USB relay?

I am looking for a device that connects to two USB ports on a computer: a "Control" port, and a "Data" port. Both cords go to the same device, which also has one USB "out" port (3 ports total). If a ...
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Relay mail to external domains through external SMTP in Exchange 2010

I have an internal Exchange 2010 (sp2) server setup for some development projects. The domain is called dev.net. All users inside dev.net can reach and email eachother but I'd also like to be able to ...
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ssmtp for windows

I have the following problem with a software that should do mail notification for a biometric entry system: the software does currently only support SMTP over port 25 without TLS/SSL. Which is bad ...
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automatically encrypt and decrypt emails using gnupg (gpgrelay for unix)

My point of view related to email security is: whenever possible emails should be protected with PGP/GPG while transporting, but it doesn't have sense to store encrypted emails in local mailbox (this ...
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Setting up Relays in Windows

I'm trying to setup a pivoting relay with netcat on Windows, replicating a scenario easily possible by using pipes in Linux. Assume machine A can route to machine B and machine B can route to ...
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Using sendmail over SSH

I have a SSH access to the server with working sendmail provided by my hoster. I want to configure my local sendmail to use remote server as a relay. How can I do that? Is it posiible at all? Note: I ...
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Setting up a local RTMP Relay

I'm trying to live stream an online game, but I lag, so what I'm trying to do is find a way to setup my live stream client which lets me specify a custom RTMP server to connect to another computer ...
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Connect through own TOR relay, make edge node traffic unreadable

I understand that one of the limitations of TOR is that whoever runs the edge node can read all the traffic running through it before it gets split up amongst the TOR cloud. Lets say you were an ...
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How can I use an Asus WL-520GC router as a bridge/repeater?

I live in a shared accommodation with one Internet connection, which is shared to multiple PC's though a wireless network. Because the wireless router is at one end of the house and my room is at the ...
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What does “relayed connection” mean?

I've seen this when receiving files over skype, and some other situations, but I don't know what it means.
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Set up Exim to relay certain incoming emails to a different server

I have an exim server, running 4.69. We are aware of the vulnerability, and due in part we are in the process of migrating to 4.75. We have an "experimental" 4.75 email server set up, we want to set ...
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Need to extend my 802.11 G signal

I have a cable modem hooked to a D-Link DIR-628 that we use as a wireless router for a mix of Apple Macintosh and HP Windows 7 computers in our home. The home is over 5000 square feet and the D-Link ...
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router relay or router bridge

i got a dlink wireless router. i have a client that has two station far from the router, so the connection is slow(10 kbps). for the netwok to be faster there is a need of a local lan switch. ...