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Download the following file
Run the following command (on Fedora/Redhat),
rpm -U proftpd-1.2.10-8.1.fc2.fr.i386.rpm
If you do not have Webmin loaded install it now, the easiest way to configure FTP server is with the Webmin interface.
You can download Webmin from here or from www.webmin.com for the latest version of Webmin.
tcd-Menu is a script written to install multiple applications. From your Linux prompt you run the tcd-Menu script file. The following menu option currently exist for installation of:-
Postfix mail server
Clam Antivirus server
The applications will be installed depending on
your selection. Webmin can be used to configure these applications or
if you are an advanced Linux user you can edit the files manually.
! More applications will be added. Currently looking at adding configuration for some of the applications
The mail server - source IP address which is trying to send mail to mail.yourmailserver.co.za does not have proper reverse DNS entries. In other words the IP address from which the mail is being sent could not be converted back to a host name. The owner of that mail server and their ISP (the holder of the DNS entry) needs to correct this issue in order for mail to flow properly.
You can disable this in postfix to not check the reverse DNS entry but of course this will open your server for spam mail.
For more detail and the fix download the PDF file Postfix Error:-550
You can get more help on these error codes by checking out this Email Error Code Guide
Remote network shared printing via Vista!
A WORKING SOLUTION
After a lot of research on the net and testing it on a working system, I have finally found something that works.
From a DOS prompt (Type command in the "start search" section of the start menu) type this:
net use LPT# \\server\printer /persistent:yes
This is the actual workstation\server where the printer is shared and the actual printer share name.
LPT1 \\SERVER\HPLASER / persistent:yes
substituting for #, server, and printer as appropriate for your network.
Then add your printer locally using the LPT# port. I used LPT1 because my laptop has no parallel cable and I don't think I'll use LPT1 for anything else.
This works and the printer does NOT go offline permanently if you turn off the computer.
Connect more than one printer
If you require to connect more than one printer
shared on WIN98 then use the steps above BUT substitute your LPT# with the next
E.G. if you have used LPT1 the use LPT2
Repairing when you have a problems
If you cannot print
reboot the machine the printer is connected to
make sure it is the first machine on
still not working then
go to a command prompt "DOS prompt" and type the following
net use LPT# /delete
THEN redo steps above
It seems Outlook can only handle an x number of emails in it's sent item folder being size or quantity.
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