I'm about ready to start seriously looking at IPv6; threw away the terrible
BT Home Hub 3 and replaced it with a TP-Link that I have now noticed has
6to4 built in and I figure that might be enough for
"<strike>playing</strike>experimenting". Trouble is I know next to nothing
about v6 right now, so are there any guides to it out there that the far
more knowledgeable folks that frequent the list would recommend?
For many years, I've used Postfix's ability to automatically BCC mail
that is being sent through it to generate an archive of sent mail.
Unfortunately, the 'use bcc_senders_maps to have a file with a list of
accounts to do this to' method no longer works if you have to have SRS
enabled and your outgoing emails appear to come from one domain, that
of the server, to avoid having to set up DKIM and SPF dozens and
dozens of times.
The 'received from' and the 'return path' headers were both the domain
that was the 'from' domain.
The 'received from' details are stripped and replaced by something like
Received: from [127.0.0.1] (localhost/[127.0.0.1])
by (server) (Postfix) with ESMTPSA id 514CD810AC
SRS makes the return path
Return-Path: <SRS0=qeUa65BM=5O=('from' domain)=('from' sender)(a)srs.(server)>
Something in that breaks the bcc_senders_maps functionality. Before I
could automatically archive outgoing email from some domains and not
others, and treat each individually, but now iit appears to be all or
nothing, and every senders domain is the same: srs.(server).
What other ways are there of getting an automatic bcc of a subset of
everything sent through the server? One thought is to make the
receiving address filter it - mail from A gets sent on to its real
archive, mail from B gets sent on to its real archive, mail from C and
D gets deleted - but that's a bodge.
On Sun, 20 Jul 2014 23:14:00 +200
john lewis wrote:
> // snip
> I clearly need to set down on paper some info about how to find out
> who/what I am subscribed to and who to contact, but I need to find
> someone to take over maintaining the websites and databases if those
> genealogy resources are not going to vanish into a computer
> blackhole some time in the future :-(
Consider using something like ClanWiki which might be a lot friendlier
to Debian agnostic people.
On 7 Jul 2014 15:01, Paul Stimpson <paul(a)stimpsonfamily.co.uk> wrote:
> I'm not sure if there is a problem but for the last couple of months,
> I've been seeing about 1 NAGIOS alert a week and various VPN problems
> that seems to say that there may be intermittent connectivity issues
> within the cluster.
> I'm seeing SSH warnings most commonly that my VOS is uncontactable even
> though I was logged in during some of them. I had a 10 hour backup file
> age NAGIOS warning today. I've also recently seen my VPN dropping out
> much more frequently than usual.
> Has anybody else experienced any symptoms please or is it just me?
I usually have a mosh-connection running to my VMs and lately they've occasionally lost connection for a few seconds (5-10) at a time. Don't know if it's related but I haven't noticed it before.