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You should be able to tell from the message headers. Depending on which email client you are using, there are different ways to view these headers. The header information you are looking for is the originating IP or domain fields. This article describes an extended method of using the emails header information to trace where the message is coming ...


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I had these same logs and I noticed these attempts were done right after each unsuccessful email sending from postfix. When I saw these postfix notification settings I began to think that it has something to do with the default values. I can't confirm as I didn't check, but I highly suspect it.


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Uninstall the people, calendar and mail app from Windows 8.1 Select on of the 3 tiles on start screen, do a rightclick/tab and select "uninstall".


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There are some commercial tools out there and there is https://code.google.com/p/incredimail-converter-reynardware/ for free. However, I was unable to run it through to the end of 2GB worth of mails (including attachments). So I rolled my own command line tool: https://github.com/revaultch/incredimail-converter-cmdline Tested on a Mac quad core with SSD, ...


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X-Authentication-Warning: host: <userid> set sender to root using -f That line is something I've seen sendmail do. It is a common result of sending mail via something like: blahblahblah.sh | /usr/sbin/sendmail -f $SENDER $RECIPIENT Where $SENDER is 'root' (and sender masquerade isn't on.) I wouldn't consider it something to worry about, it's ...


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RCPT TO failed: : Recipient address rejected: User unknown in virtual mailbox table This error comes from Postfix attempting a local delivery of the message. If it happens immediately when trying to send (as opposed to coming back later in a bounce message from a mailer-daemon), it would mean that your SMTP server "thinks" of itself as the final ...


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This is my probably excess and sub-optimal solution, as i couldn't find the idiomatic way. Default keybindings for every command are given in parentheses. First of all, set the variable gnus-move-split-methods similar to your nnmail-split-methods variable. Notice that the syntax in the 1st variable is ("^From:.*eliezer" "mail.hpmor"), while in the 2nd ...


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Maybe the Email Address Crawler Plugin is a solution for you? EMail Address Crawler by CySlider Automatically fill your address books or send mass mails with e-mail addresses extracted from all your e-mails. It is a bit outdated, but there is stated by someone it that still worked in 17.0, so maybe it still works


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You need to install an exchange server, or other type of mailserver program. This will require you to run a server edition of windows. Other options would be to use a cloudbased email service, such as Office 365 or gmail.


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Unlike other email providers like Mailchimp, SendGrid etc. Amazon SES provides just an API endpoint for email delivery, which is also why it is so much cheaper. There are a number of solutions which let you use your Amazon SES account to send emails. I would recommend http://simplerses.com. It provides a UI for you to upload your email accounts and deliver ...


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Getting listed in an RBL is not the end of the world. Not all mail service providers use all RBLs. Everyone have their own mechanisms to keep the abusers away. Even if your IP is in some mail providers abuse list, not all block/drop your connections. Some will accept your connection and provide some error code and an URL (AOL for example) for you to fix ...


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Basically, you need to configure postfix correctly and set it up for dealing with multiple domain names and virtual aliases. Have a look at /etc/postfix/main.cf, and search for the line virtual_alias_domains. If it isn't there, add it. The line should contain the domain names that will receive mails: virtual_alias_domains = site1.com, differentsite.net ...


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It is because you might have tried to send mail from the server(i.e telnet localhost 25) itself and in your smtpd_recipient_restrictions permit_mynetworks comes before permit_sasl_authenticated and so the clients listed in mynetworks (localhost in your case) need not authenticate. Rearrange the restrictions to achieve what you want. More info: postfix docs ...


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Microsoft's April's latest updates to the windows 8 mail app fixed the problem.


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Funambol makes software which allows for contact and calendar syncing between different platforms. Not an exact answer to your question, but it will still allow you to achieve what you want.


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Free Download Kernel for EML to PST Converter software from http://bit.ly/1sZGUsm using which you can convert unlimited Live windows mailbox into MS outlook PST file file format.


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I just had this problem and discovered that if I open the document in Adobe Reader and click on edit then snapshot I can define an area (I selected a whole page) to be copied. Then I simply went to the open email and clicked on the message area and pasted the image using crt v. The other paste methods worked as well.


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I've found a solution that fits me. Instead of actual monitors I'm using ModernMix from Stardock. It works perfectly. http://www.stardock.com/products/modernmix/index.asp


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The easiest solution of you don't want to go through the trouble of maintaining a mail server, use Google Apps. You can set your MX records to Gmail's mail servers. They will receive all your mail from you and you will be able to access it via webmail (gmail) or IMAP. You can even (if you pay them) add your own branding. And Google has the best spam filter ...


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As indicated by other comments, the solution is to create a rule that will delete the messages for you. Below are the steps to do this using Outlook 2010. Note: this applies to people using Outlook to connect to an Exchange server account. Other types of distribution lists may behave differently. Using Outlook 2010: Click the File tab. Click Manage Rules ...


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Actually the headers belongs to Mail Messages. Optional headers are usually added by SMTP and relay servers to the original message, but those are related to individual server/technology. The standard definition of Internet Message Format is described in the RFC 2822 in which you can find the standard fields. Here a link to RFC2822


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Solved. Since it was the logon that was failing, and I'd already eliminated firewalls as the cause, I thought I'd revisit my hosts file. I added this... 192.168.x.y ServerName.mydomain.co.uk (where 192.168.x.y is the static IP I've given my server) Annoyingly, I had already added mail.mydomain.co.uk and Servername, but they are clearly not sufficient. ...


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Ok, we have this solved thought the solution is less than satisfying. Steps taken: 1) Add a registry key like so: Add HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Microsoft\Office\15.0\Outlook Add the string Key: "Bitness" Add the value "x64" to the key 2) repair your office 2013 install 3) repair your adobe reader install.


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As a workaround, you can try this alternative: https://github.com/xps/Gmail-Notifier-Replacement It is an open-source, free, and very simple replacement for the standard Google Notifier, and aims as being as close to the original as possible. Disclaimer: I am the author.


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I've seen variations of this question before, but can't find any now so figured I'd ask and answer it. I wrote this VBa to resolve the issue! Now when I click send, if I'm sending from a specific account it will look through the 'do not send to list' and then prompt me to either cancel or continue. This means it's wonderfully non-invasive! And even if I ...


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If you have an IMAP server it will create a folder called 'Notes' and sync all the notes to that folder. You can then browse them with any IMAP client. Probably me.com also has a feature which supports this and it might even sync with Exchange notes. It probably won't work for POP3.


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You need to better comply with the standard. You need a blank line between your message headers and the body text. You should at least give From: and To: headers to avoid getting Apparently-from: added by the MTA. Try this: MAIL FROM: <[email protected]> RCPT TO: <[email protected]> DATA From: [email protected] To: [email protected] ...


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You can't get the metro apps to run from command line or similar, because they run in an app container without accessing the IApplicationActivationManager interface. If 'Actual Moniters' isn't making a call to the IApplicationActivationManager interface, it cannot run metro apps.


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Alt+F+D+E+A attaches the current powerpoint to Outlook.


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If you are using an Exchange account, set up the rule to redirect the message rather than forwarding it.


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Outlook doesn't have the functionality you are looking for. It simply opens the attachments in the default program for each attachment, and prints them. You would need to use a custom solution to achieve what you are looking for, but this won't provide much proof because it is open for you to manipulate it. I'm not sure if anyone on SuperUser will have ...


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Whilst the answer by @HeXanon is great, it may not be ideal to turn off the pane, especially if you find the pane useful. Another way, which is less intrusive, is to just ensure the details don't get back to the "spammer", which is what I think you're worried about. Now I've written many marketing email programs which track users when they receive email, ...


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The only way to do this is to set the Message Preview off and set the Reading Pane off. The message preview opens the mail and shows a 1/2 line preview. The reading pane will automatically open and show the selected mail if this is set ON. With the reading pane off, no email will be opened automatically.


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The permissions drw-rws--- on directories are wrong because even the owner of the directory cannot go into them, due to the lack of the x bit (=1 when using the numeric form). You can test this by yourself by doing this as a normal user (not root): $ mkdir -m 2670 /tmp/testdir $ ls -ld /tmp/testdir drw-rws--- 2 vmail vmail 4096 Apr 3 23:16 /tmp/testdir $ ...


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You may want to add a log line showing the port that is actually used during this very connection. Something like (not sure if you really need the condition) warn condition = yes log_message = Port: $received_port in the beginning of your check_helo acl.


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NoteShred is exactly what you need in this case. It is a secure, encrypted message and attachment service that does not require the recipient to have an account to retrieve the message. A unique URL is created for each note which will destroy the contents after being read. simply create the note and send them the link with the password. The note will shred ...


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You could use a tool like NoteShred and simply attach the PWSafe files to a note, which will be encrypted on the server. You then simply download the attachment from your other computer, which will destroy the note and attachment afterwards, and you'll never need to email the file or transfer it over an un-encrypted connection. Same goes for just sending ...


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To open a database in your Lotus Notes Client you have two possibilities: if you Client is installed correctly, you just have to doubleclick the nsf in explorer: it will automatically open up in you lotus notes client. If this does not work, then use Ctrl + O (The menu choice "File - Open - Lotus Notes Application") and use the "Browse" button to select the ...


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Although I'm still open to better suggestions, I've found some solutions myself. the thunderbird extension pasteCode If you're using vim, you can use :TOhtml, which will generate a coloured html-version of your code


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I think Outlooktools, the free 3rd party tool will help you.. Reffered here...


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Maybe you have the disable_plaintext_auth directive set somewhere in your configuration.


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In outlook 2010? Well, depends on the server... I have noticed problems with Gmail on any size IMAP account. On pretty much any other IMAP server, I say, leave it all online. If you are worried about an error, simply delete your local copy all together and redownload it from the server.


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In answer to the question "Is there a way to automatically send deleted files to a specified folder? " - yes there is - or at least, a way to achieve this same thing - using autoarchive. In the properties of the Deleted Item folder, go into Auto Archive, and set it to move to an Archive PST. Choose how many days old as a cut-off. Then, set Auto Archive to ...


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I would like to know what the best solution is to move imap emails from one server, to another. Use IMAP and a sync or migration tool. If you choose to use IMAP, I believe the question has already been answered at Super User. See Transferring lots of messages between IMAP accounts. Anther option is trying to migrate one [possibly proprietary] database ...


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Moving domain and keeping IMAP email... I've experienced the problem of the local email client (MUA) deleting local messages after switching hosting providers. MUAs like Evolution and Thunderbird don't merge like you would hope. You will have to perform a migration. Before taking the old server offline, you will need to stand up a new server. Then have ...


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I've no experience with courier, but it seems that it has multiple auth modules, among them authuserdb module http://www.courier-mta.org/authlib/README_authlib.html#authuserdb It basicaly use similar to /etc/passwd file format, but in another file. There are also authmysql, authpgsql, authsqlite and authldap modules which can use databases or LDAP as ...


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If a domain has no MX records, delivery must be attempted directly to the host pointed to by the domain's A/AAAA records, as per RFC 5321 § 5.1: If an empty list of MXs is returned, the address is treated as if it was associated with an implicit MX RR, with a preference of 0, pointing to that host. mail.gongin.com.tw has one A record pointing to a ...


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File -> Preferences -> Web Browser . And set to "Use Os default browser". I think that should solve your first issue. Second issue is solved by clicking on the small "chain link" icon in the tool bar when adding a hyperlink.


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No, there is apparently not any way to automatically mark e-mails read in Notes without an agent. But here's some more info that might help. If your Notes admin won't grant you the rights to create private agents, then he doesn't understand Notes security and shouldn't be an admin. An agent that you write can only do what you already have the rights to ...


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If you're talking about a header that starts Received: from [x.x.x.x] (some.host.or.other. [x.x.x.x]) by mx.google.com with ESMTPSA id blahblahblah then this header is added by Google and not by Thunderbird. As far as I'm aware there's nothing you can do to stop Google's MTAs adding this header when they receive the incoming message from ...



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