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Articles on the Kerio® Products I sell and support: Mail Servers, Security Firewalls, VOIP Management and Collaboration.

Linux and Unix administration and troubleshooting articles, help and inspiration for freelancers and the self employed, advice on blogging, SEO and earning money on-line.

There is a lot of SCO Unix information here also.

Not a significant source of information concerning Microsoft products. Primary author is an opinionated Mac OS X and Linux Evangelist.

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A.P. Lawrence sells and supports Kerio® Products: Kerio Connect Mail Server, Control Security Firewalls, Operator VOIP Management and Samepage Collaboration.

We provide nationwide support by phone, email and remote login. All products are available as fully functional demo versions.

Of course we will be happy to assist you with installation and configuration as well as any questions you may have. Please contact us by email ([email protected]) or by phone (774) 213-1199 (7:00 AM to 7:00 PM U.S. Eastern time zone)


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Recent Comments

Kerio Connect DSN breaks DMARC

Kerio Connect DSN breaks DMARC due to use of hostname as sending domain ..

Kerio 2015-01-20 Tony Lawrence
Kerio Control Speed Issues

Test and resolve Kerio Control speed issues ..

Kerio 2015-01-14 Tony Lawrence
Kerio Connect Mailbox alias could not be expanded

What causes 'Mailbox alias could not be expanded' ..

Kerio 2015-01-13 Tony Lawrence
Selling two Unix/Linux domain names

I am selling linuxish.com and unixish.com ..

Web/HTML 2015-01-12 Tony Lawrence
Kerio Connect Customization

We can provide Perl programming to customize the behavior of email on yoir Kerio connect mail server ..

Kerio 2015-01-11 Tony Lawrence
Renewing Kerio Control SSL Certificates

Renewing Kerio Control SSL Certificates does have some pitfalls ..

Kerio 2015-01-09 Tony Lawrence
Another SCO 5.0.7 crash

Another SCO 5.0.7 crash tests my memory ..

SCO_OSR5 2015-01-08 Tony Lawrence
Upgrading from software Kerio Control to the hardware version

Upgrading from software Kerio Control to the hardware version is not difficult ..

Kerio 2015-01-06 Tony Lawrence
Still trying to fix an overly sensitive trackpad

My trackpad was still driving me crazy ..

MacOSX 2015-01-05 Tony Lawrence
More control of your IOS camera

IOS 8 allows manual camera control ..

IOS 2014-12-30 Tony Lawrence
IOS Reader View

IOS Reader View is indeed a confusion wrapped in a tag ..

IPad 2014-12-29 Tony Lawrence
Upgrading to Yosemite

Your Yosemite upgrade can take much longer if /usr has many files ..

Kerio 2014-12-23 Tony Lawrence
Help protect your mail domain with DMARC

Although not widely implemented, DMARC can help protect your domain ..

Kerio 2014-12-22 Tony Lawrence


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