My first thought was the router, but it seemed to be operating correctly. I had him log in at the console and try an "ssh localhost". That complained about syntax errors in ssh_config at a few lines. I had him read me the offending lines; there was nothing wrong.
- Another SCO 5.0.7 crash tests my memory - it was taxing, but we got through it. A decade ago or more that would have been something I could fix while half awake, but now my memory of SCO Unix has truly faded. -
- A beta script for correcting unwanted entries in users Spam whitelist. A problem can arise when users whitelist people within their own organization. That's usually unnecessary because spam tests are normally not applied to "trustworthy relay agents" -
- There are only a very few things that will completely prevent Kerio Mailserver from starting. Usually this would come from a confused or mangled configuration file, but there are other conditions that can cause Kerio to refuse to start. -
- A misbehaving Android phone caused a user to send duplicate messages - hundreds of them. We stopped that quickly by deleting her account on the phone (it's easy to recreate), but two weeks later her email stopped working -
- I tore out a perfectly good Astaro Firewall and replaced it with a Kerio Control box. The Astaro was only two years old and was working fine, but tearing it out made both me and my customer very happy. Read on to learn why. -