By on Sep 15, 2004 in Internet, Networking, Software and Tools | 0 comments

Well, today I studied some new points about blocking spams, lots of ways, I chosed one, I don’t know how effecient is it. I added some spice to my mail server. Let’s see how…. There are lots of websites providing different types of databases to let your spam blockers how to distinguish between spams and good e-mails, Some ways are like DNS Lookups for bogus IP addresses, using dummy SMTP servers, using deferral SMTP daemons, firewalling and blocking bogus spam senders, They way I have chosen today was blocking IP addresses from TCPSERVER which handles my mail server services, the TCPSERVER provide TCP connectivity for any TCP based service, I should tell you that my mail server is installed on FreeBSD, so all given information is based on that OS. those guys who installed qmail with Life With Qmail direction they remember that if they want to give access of connecting...

Custom Printer Paper size!

By on Sep 11, 2004 in Experiences, Software and Tools | 0 comments

Have you ever tried to add a new paper size for your printer? Today I tried to define my fanfold paper size in windows, I thought that would be useful to share it with others, Follow these steps to add new paper size: Go to Start->Settings->Printers Select one of your printers ( Just Select Single Click) From menu bar select File->Server Properties Now you can add a new Customized Form size in Forms tab If you spent more time you can fine usefulthings in that window


By on Sep 7, 2004 in Internet, Networking, Software and Tools | 0 comments

Nowadays, you can see too much of internet resources are consumed by useless garbage like spams, virus traffics, circular forwarded useless e-mails and many other stuff…. Its administrator’s job to decrease internet traffic with using power of accelerators, caches, antispams and software’s like that…. Today I installed new web-cache server, the most famous one SQUID. About a year ago I installed one on OpenBSD with a Compaq proliat, but the server was not so powerful to handle all demands as fast as you can feel it. The company bought Two Compaq G3 servers, I installed one as corporate mail server using Qmail on FreeBSD, the last one that I was working on today, I used it as Network Gateway and Firewall, I’m sure it can handle all demands, so I’m not worry about that. The reason I’m writing this is to tell you some directions to make your own cache server,...

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