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Email Upgrade Saga: Replacing Axigen mail with MailScanner

January 8, 2013
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I’m tired of moving spam mail to spam folders from which the system never learns. So it’s time for me to try a new approach. Read more

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WordPress Hacked: Security Steps Take II

September 4, 2012
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It has been a year since I wrote WordPress Hacked: Security Steps and there are now some new plugins and tools to help with security of your WordPress site. The steps to take to find hacks are the same as the security steps previously mentioned, but there are some new tools and services that may…

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WordPress Hacked: Security Steps

October 1, 2011
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WordPress Hacked: Security Steps

Anyone who has a Wordpress site may have been hacked at one point in time or another. A hack may happen regardless of how diligent you are, but what can we do to help us identify attacks before they occur and what can we do to secure the Wordpress environment. I found some very helpful…

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MacBook Pro: Update on Integration: Printing

July 9, 2011
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I use a 90-95% virtualized environment and here is a brief update of how I integrated my Mac Book pro into this environment. Specifically about printing. Some notes first: Print Server: Windows 2008 R2 running as a VM Printer connected to a Belkin FL5009 USB over IP devices This configuration seems fairly straight forward, but…

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Catching Spam Redux

March 19, 2011
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I get tons or email and quite a bit of it is SPAM these days. To combat this I use MailScanner with Postfix, ClamAV, and SpamAssassin. I also setup special mailboxs on all email accounts specifically so that the users can classify mail as either SPAM or if necessary as HAM. Once a week or…

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