I am running Windows 7 on my Mac via VMWare Fusion. There are not many programs running in the Windows 7 VM, it’s just for the purpose of Ms Project, Ms Office, and some other scripting stuff. No data and file saved in the VM too, I didn’t really bother about the disk space utilization until my 250G SSD is running out of space.
Yes, I have stopped writing since 2011 All the latest posts are interesting article I read and wish to share with you.
I’ve been maintaining a customer mailserver since 2003, growing from 30 users to 200+ users today, it seems how big and fast the company grown, good thing they still engaged me on maintaining their mail/web server.
Turn On Subject Header on Exim Logging
Turning on Subject Header on Exim logging make your life easier for troubleshooting purpose. By default, exim’s logging on mainlog does not provide Subject Header, to turn on follow the steps below;
- 1. Edit Exim’s main config file, using /usr/local/exim/configure
- 2. On the main/global config, usually before ACL section, add the line below
log_selector = +subject +delivery_size +size_reject
That’s it. Will try to pen down stuff more often
Gmail on iOS was completely redesigned in June, but Mountain View’s just pushed out a fresh update with a few features to polish things off. Version 2.4 of the email app bakes in improved integration with Drive and Google+, making links to the platforms open in their respective apps.
[Story via Engadget]
Twitter, NYTimes and Huff Po Whois and DNS records altered, Syrian Electronic Army takes responsibility
At approximately 3pm PST, the Syrian Electronic Army seemingly hacked into Twitter, Huffington Post and NY Times’ registry accounts altering contact details, and more significantly, DNS records. Modifying DNS records of a domain will allow SEA to redirect visitors to any site of their choosing.
Contact details for the Twitter.com domain were changed, but it’s reasonable to assume that if the SEA had the ability to change contact information, they may very well have had the ability to change DNS records and point the Twitter.com domain elsewhere, redirecting visitors and users.
The SEA also altered the DNS records for twimg.com which Twitter uses for virtually all CSS, JS, images, cookies and more. This means for many users, Twitter.com wouldn’t load correctly and avatars were unavailable across many Twitter clients.
[Story via TNW]
Parallels Access turns your iPad into a porthole to your more powerful (and heavier) Windows or Mac computers somewhere else. Connecting the your iPad to your remote machine through the cloud is the (relatively) easy part. The real magic is how Parallels Access elegantly shrinks your desktop applications into manageable tablet apps. Read the rest of this entry »