NNTP access (October 7, 2003, 0) - Ani Dido Sevilla:
Apparently the only way you can have access to Usenet these days from
here is via groups.google.com. Some years ago, around 1997 or so, I
once had a Pacific Internet account and could access Usenet news via
news.pacific.net.ph, which apparently was an alias for Pacific’s Usenet
server in Singapore. Dunno if Pacific still has this
Gender confusion again (October 8, 2003, 0) - From someone whom I shall keep anonymous (pfft!):
From: "***** *. *****"
Subject: RE: Linux Expo
To: "'Sacha Chua'"
sacha, are you girl or gay?
From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Tuesday, October 07, 2003 5:26 PM
To: ***** *. *****
Subject: Re: Linux Expo
"***** *. *****" writes:
> ic... actually im interested in linux expo and i wanna learn some tips
Headless chicken impression (February 26, 2008, 1) - Today is not my day.
As it turns out, my presentation on “Blogging Your Way Out of a Job… and Into a Career” for the Concordia University Alumni Association is tomorrow evening, not Friday evening as I thought. (Next time, I should create a calendar entry while reading e-mail, instead of relying on my memory!) Apparently
Postfix TLS problems (October 24, 2006, 0) - It looks like my mail authentication has very quietly broken behind
the scenes. I’ve been using SSH tunnel to get out to another host, and
then TLS to authenticate against Jijo’s mail server.
I think TLS is no longer doing its job, which is why Jijo’s mail
server is now rejecting all my mail. How do I go about
IntranetServer progress (April 7, 2003, 0) - Mail works without a hitch now that I’ve set up a totally small-time
domain name server, but apparently, Microsoft Outlook 2000′s shared
calendaring does not work as advertised. Argh. Must find another way
to do shared calendars. I’m already fine with using categories to keep
track of what resources are needed when, but I would really prefer a