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comment How many cores I am using on a Linux Server?
@AlixAxel try aptitude search systat instead.
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comment How can I make sent e-mail appear in Sent mailbox faster?
@Daniel great question. I just tried the following test: (1) opened the Activity dialog, (2) sent a message to myself, (3) saw in Activity that it was sent, (4) saw it appear in my Inbox, (5) waited over a minute and still did not appear in Sent, (6) finally clicked the "Get Mail" button and it appeared.
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comment How can I make sent e-mail appear in Sent mailbox faster?
@techie2007 The "Account Type" is "Exchange 2007". I believe this means it's using the "Exchange Web Services" protocol (see support.apple.com/kb/ht3748).
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answered Can I remove all existing files in my temp folder immediately upon re-boot?
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comment How do I securely delete cookies and saved passwords?
Never mind, I was able to find some more information, indicating that it does in fact have a "secure delete" option: forum.piriform.com/index.php?showtopic=9281
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comment How do I securely delete cookies and saved passwords?
Does CCleaner securely delete files? apple.com/pro/tips/empty_trash.html
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answered How can I run the latest version of Chrome on Mac OS X?
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answered does %* in batch file mean all command line arguments?
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comment Backup program for Windows using non-proprietary format?
Hi Cristi. You might also find this question helpful: superuser.com/questions/89949/does-backup-software-lock-you-in
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comment How do I securely delete cookies and saved passwords?
Hi Srin. Thanks for your answer. This is kind of what I meant by "I know I can probably track down all the files involved..." :-). I'm looking for something that works inside the browser and already "knows" about all these files.