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Begin forwarded message:
From: Ian Brackenbury <firstname.lastname@example.org>Subject: test MX record for mailDate: 4 June 2005 5:39:00 PM NZSTTo: nicekiwi <email@example.com>Reply-To: firstname.lastname@example.orgTo do this, use Telnet. For the “Host Name”, enter the mail server
name (for example, “mail.example.com“). For the Port, enter 25. A
second or two later you should see a welcome message. Type “HELO”
followed by the domain name of the computer you are using. For
example, “HELO eagle.example.com“. Then, after you get a response,
type “MAIL FROM: email@example.com” (using your E-mail
address on your mail server), and then “RCPT TO:
firstname.lastname@example.org“. Then, type “DATA”, “Subject: Test”, a
blank line, “Test”, and then “.”. After the response, type QUIT. Make
sure that you get a copy of this E-mail. If you do not (it could take
some time if you are using a slow mailserver outside your domain as a
backup), try it again (in case you made a mistake). If you don’t get
that second test message, you probably have a serious problem (you may
get an E-mail back saying the message wasn’t deliverable).
… some broken by Mountain Lion but good to learn from
The Junk folder may require an additional step. If you don’t have junk mail filtering enabled, then Mail will ignore your requests to use any folder as the Junk folder (an error notice explaining what’s going on would be useful here, fellas). But if you’ve already got your mail host (e.g. Gmail) filtering your spam for you, you may not want to use Mail’s less-accurate built-in filtering.
Here’s the trick to make it work: enable Junk Mail filtering, and make sure the option set is “Move it to the Junk mailbox”. Then in the main window, choose which folder you want to use for Junk mail as described above. It will move up top.
Then, return to account preferences, and under Junk Mail, change the option to Perform Custom Actions. Then click Advanced… and change the rule from “Message is Junk Mail” to something that will never be true, e.g. “Message Type is RSS Article” (if you don’t use Mail for RSS feeds), or “Date Sent is greater than 1000 days old”. Now you can have Mail recognize your mail host’s spam folder without actually doing its
no ‘ARM at all. Oh Yes There Is, there’s ARM inside.
A feel-good story for 2013 – nothing deep but maybe worth a quick skim.
Bridget, maybe Natalie would like one? Harry, Ashleigh must be almost ready for one? And Anna, is this too nerdy for Felix do you think? Hate him to turn out at all like his grandfather 🙂
Raspberry Pi is a modern “BBC Micro” for tinkering programmers whereas the Arduino focus is much more for tinkering engineers & hardware.
defaults write com.apple.NetworkBrowser EnableODiskBrowsing -bool true
defaults write com.apple.NetworkBrowser ODSSupported -bool true
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