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OpenDKIM tools are now available in homebrew with name libopendkim so alternatively you can do $brew install libopendkim$ opendkim-genkey -v -s selector -d example.org opendkim-genkey -v -s selector -d example.org opendkim-genkey: generating private key opendkim-genkey: private key written to selector.private opendkim-genkey: extracting public key ...

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If your hoster makes your site on a host, that ist blacklisted without your fault, you really should complain to him - the product he sells you is broken.

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As you probably know, there is a place in the Options in Thunderbird where you can choose "Always ask" or "Save file." (Tools -> Options -> Attachments -> Incoming.) Since it is apparently impossible to add new file types to the Content Type list, you may want to try this workaround: Note that "when you click an unknown attachment type a dialog opens ...

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Give the Stationery plugin a try. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/thunderbird/addon/stationery/?src=search You can make a template for these particular emails, and the plugin lets you choose to work under the hood. I'm sorry this is not a Stylish solution as you requested....

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Right-mouse click on the calendar item in the calendar view and choose "Reply" from the context menu.

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Your email is clear but lacks detail, such as where the email is. Yes, in the body, but that doesn't really help, as such I've created a demo mock up which should be easy enough to follow : Let's assume the email I receive is in the following format: Dear Sir, We received the following detail Email: myEmail@domain Phone: 12345 We will be ...

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One of the difficulties here is establishing whether the message is coming from Outlook, or from the SMTP host. Other mailclients tend to be more informative, and a test with Pegasus or Thunderbird might shed some light. Or, do a test by telnetting directly to the SMTP host. The 'System Administrator' is Outlook itself, BTW. A common issue is that you ...

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I think what you're referring to is called Sidekick, Hubspot's email plugin. Download the uninstaller: http://goo.gl/R6FSmJ Unzip the file, and run the command. This will remove all Sidekick files on your computer. If you receive an error, go to your System Preferences and click on Security and Privacy. Then select "Allow apps downloaded from: ...

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This functionality is available in Thunderbird version 31.6.0 Open new Write message 'Insert' > 'Mathematical Formula' Enter formula click on 'Insert'.

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There is a new add-on that does the trick: emailpicky4. Right-click over the folder from which you want to import email addresses to your contacts and choose "Pick IDs From This Folder" some nice refinements are available in the popup. https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/thunderbird/addon/emailpicky-4/?src=search

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Because email is so pervasive, it would be prohibitively complex to authenticate on all the servers you may want to send to. You would need personal credential configured on each server you send email to. To complicate matters, the transports use an envelope address (similar to snail mail). There are a number of methods that can be used to make spoofing ...

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E-mail authentication exists but has problems, especially with mailing lists. Two methods for authentication that are widely deployed are: DKIM, which signs each email with a RSA key. Some software (for example mailing lists) rewrite the email to some extent (for example by adding a footer). This invalidates the DKIM signature. SPF, where each domain ...

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Translating HRESULT=0x80040607 with Microsoft's Err utility: C:\> Err.exe 0x80040607 # for hex 0x80040607 / decimal -2147219961 : MAPI_E_NO_RECIPIENTS mapicode.h # 1 matches found for "0x80040607" For MAPI_E_NO_RECIPIENTS this article implies there's a problem with a distribution list, where "Outlook refers to contacts by unique IDs, ...

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This smells like POP3 to me. When using POP, all mails and folders are downloaded from the server and onto your machine and handled locally. The result is that any action taken through one client (for example, gmails web interface) will not be duplicated to the other client (in your case, Thunderbird). What you need is IMAP - All files and folders are ...

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Outlook's default Conditional Formatting settings format "submitted but not sent" messages in italics. The message is probably still hanging in your outbox. Double check the account settings then Send/Receive All Folders.

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Probably his Outlook setup is wrong. Tell him to check his account setup: make sure @domain.com isn't part of login check other smtp server parameters: server, port, password If that didn't help, troubleshoot using https://support.microsoft.com/kb/813514 (ref: 1)

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With new firmware update ver 'F' they enabled SSL option for SMTP. Now can scan a doc directly to email without comp.

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HiI've not got enough magic internet points to add this as a comment but I had the same problem. even after checking all troubleshooting stuff mentioned here and elsewhere.My solution was to delete the following:OutlPrntOutcmd.datOutlook.srsOutlook.xml(my mail profile is called outlook)and I left the Outlook.NK2 file in tact then rebooted and it worked.Back ...

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Try logging out of Outlook and run it again. You've reached the max deleted file count for your session and this will reset it.

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I wrote a tutorial a while ago on SMTP auth on Postfix. The source can be found on http://blog.mtak.nl/2013/04/simple-smtp-auth-on-postfix/ . TLS Whenever you send a password over the network it ought to be encrypted. Add the following parameters to your main.cf to enable TLS: # TLS parameters smtpd_tls_cert_file=/etc/ssl/certs/ssl-cert-snakeoil.pem ...

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I don’t know whether to call it a missing feature or just a missing option. Luckily you can add e-mail headers to filter on – from the filtering dropdown choose Anpassen… (Customize… for Thunderbird with English UI) at the bottom, and add Reply-To as a new value. Update: as reported in this Bugzilla thread, several versions of Thunderbird have a bug, that ...

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You don't need a plug-in. The navigation is as follows: You select your messages, right click > Move > Other Folder Click New (folder) Name your new folder Select the new folder Click OK

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No way. You'll need to create a custom Outlook add-in to achieve this kind of functionality.

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Happily for you, it's an out of the box feature: Open: File → Options → Advanced In the Outlook panes section, click Reading Pane... Then Mark the checkbox that defaultly marks messages as read when in reading pane, and set the delay time in seconds in the textbox. It this way, if you change the message selection before the time passes, it will not be ...

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This setting: smtpd_client_restrictions = permit_mynetworks, reject (combined my mynetworks being set to localhost) tells that non-local connection attempts must be rejected. If you want to accept mail from the outside, don't do that, leave smtpd_client_restrictions to its empty default value.

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See if setting relay_recipient_maps properly fixes it. I think this is the problem... You are right to set reject_unauth_destination, but the server basically doesn't have explicit instructions on what an "unauth destination" actually is. If it's not an account or forward on your machine, it should not be authorized to relay unless it a sasl ...

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I compared the prefs.js file used by Thunderbird in Windows with prefs.js of my Ubuntu Thunderbird and found the problem: user_pref("mailnews.display.html_as", 0); It was was 1 on Ubuntu and non-existent in my Windows profile. Setting it to the default value of 0 brought back my remote content. For the bar questioning whether I want to load remote ...

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I found a couple of settings that seemed like they might be relevant to your search. I changed them in my local installation, and Thunderbird immediately stopped displaying content or asking if I wanted it displayed. I'm including what they are by default, it stopped asking when I switched them to 'true'. security.mixed_content.block_active_content ...

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Try to create a new Outlook profile and setup the account in the new profile. A profile consists of accounts, data files, and settings that specify where your email messages are saved. Exit Outlook. In Control Panel, click or double-click Mail. Mail appears in different Control Panel locations depending on the version of the Microsoft Windows operating ...

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Delivering to a directory only to have an elaborate system to monitor that directory is rather awkward. If your Java program can read standard input, just pipe directly to that. :0 | /path/to/java -crash -boom -bang -coredump=always

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A solution to your issue would be to use your procmailrc file to save a copy of the mail to a Maildir format. Maildir keeps each mail as a separate file, which solves your one problem. Additionally, if you copy the mail it will still go the the other existing locations: your procmailrc would have the following (or similar lines) near the top: :0c: ...

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Copernic Desktop Search free version is a good software for indexing your e-mail and attachments. Although it can be a resource hog, it does work. To find PDF, the document has to be OCRed and requires a text layer. Assuming your PDF has text layer, Copernic Desktop Search will find it. Alternatively, Google Drive will automatically OCR the first ten pages ...

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See if an add-on is causing the issue. Start --> Run --> Outlook /safe:3 Please note that, while the above command will cause Outlook to load with no add-ins, the add-ins are still going to be displayed in the Add-in Manager window. If starting with no add-ins doesn’t solve your Outlook problems, you can also try to load Outlook with one of the following ...

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This is the behavior based on whatever account is the default. I don't have this issue in Outlook 2013. In my replies, my FROM changes to whomever the e-mail was originally sent to. There are likely some third party add-ons that can mimic this behavior in Outlook 2007. I recall having your same issue with Outlook 97, Outlook 2000 and Outlook 2003.

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Outlook adds the On Behalf Of header to the message in order to protect it from being branded as spam by some ISPs or email clients. Unfortunately, it seems as though turning this mechanism off is only possible when using Exchange server or Active Directory. The article Send On Behalf and Send As shows three ways of enabling On Behalf Of using Exchange. ...

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Based on the manpage here: http://www.postfix.org/pgsql_table.5.html The optional port needs to be specified in the hosts fields with the hostname:port syntax: hosts The hosts that Postfix will try to connect to and query from. Specify unix: for UNIX-domain sockets, inet: for TCP connections (default). Example: ...

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You can set it up using Thunderbird if IMAP is enabled in your account settings on Office365 it just requires a few add-ons for everything to work correctly. Download Required Extensions: Lightning: https://www.mozilla.org/en-US/projects/calendar/ Ericsson Exchange 2007/2010/2013 Calendar, Tasks, Contacts and GAL Provider: ...

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After some discussion on irc, it was pointed out that Postfix does not appear to be honoring the port= setting for local connections - the error message was clearly attempting to speak to port 5432, so changing the pgbouncer listen port to 5432 fixed the problem. Thanks -Myon! (it's always so simple once you know the answer...)

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Converting some of my earlier comments to an answer, since I believe it is a good general initial step for both hosted and internally run servers: You did the right thing by running the tests you ran; a concrete set of tests to isolate and reproduce a problem is always a good first step. A good next step in diagnosing this type of problem is to check the ...

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There was a time when servers would try to bounce all failed email. (There was a time when you could more or less trust everyone on the net, or at least their system administrator.) Times have changed and the majority of email messages are spam. Even when attempting to sent bounce messages there are conditions which prevent sending of the reply. These ...

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It could be that the DSL provider is blocking SMTP ports due to spam concerns. Option 1: See if there is an alternate port you can use with your SMTP server. Option 2: Some ISPs only allow you to use SMTP through their e-mail service & SMTP server, so try setting that up and using that SMTP server. (Source)

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Have you tired using google takeout to just get a copy of the majority of your data, create the new account and then add existing account so it only has to sync a small bit? Takeout: https://www.google.com/settings/takeout Support: https://support.google.com/accounts/answer/3024190?source=gsearch

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You can find it by running the following macro in Outlook while being in one of the connection modes (different icons): Sub ConnectionMode() MsgBox CStr(Session.ExchangeConnectionMode) End Sub This macro will show you the value of current Exchange connection mode: olNoExchange = 0, olOffline = 100, olCachedOffline = 200, olDisconnected = 300, ...

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First your imap server info is incorrect, see attached. Also, your outgoing (smtp) should be TLS not SSL. Also Thunderbird should auto-configure all of this for you on any recent version with you just entering your email address and password. Incoming Mail (IMAP) Server - Requires SSL imap.gmail.com Port: 993 Requires SSL:Yes Outgoing Mail (SMTP) Server - ...

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