Friday February 19, 2016

AntiSpam Processing with Mac OS X Server for Mail

We upgraded to Mac OS X Yosemite in December, 2015, installing OS X Server v. 5.0 to handle DNS, Mail, and Web services. We'd been handling Mail services "manually" using postfix, SpamAssassin, and MailServe (by Cutedge Systems) for several years, so there was a bit of a learning curve in switching over to OS X Server. Server uses SpamAssassin (SA), so that was familiar, but X Server runs SA from underneath amavisd.

I happened to mention amavisd and SA today, in Twitter. A friend asked me for details. I obliged by email, then thought, "I should blog this, in case anyone else ever asks".

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AntiSpam Processing with Mac OS X Server for Mail ( in category Trivial Pursuits , WebTech ) - posted at Fri, 19 Feb, 20:01 Pacific | Comments (0)

Thursday February 18, 2016

Cut To Shape, File to Fit

Potlid I bought a large glass jar for a project the other day at a thrift shop. There was no matching lid, but there was a tempered glass pot lid that almost fit.

The lid looked a lot like the first photo - tempered glass with a screw-in handle, a metal rim, and a 1/4-5/16" metal "collar".

With the collar, the lid was almost the same diameter as the top of the jar. This meant that it sat on the rim of the jar and wasn't very stable in that orientation.

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Cut To Shape, File to Fit ( in category Trivial Pursuits ) - posted at Thu, 18 Feb, 09:35 Pacific | Comments (0)