Compared to part1 and part2, DKIM took a lot of effort to understand. The concept is relatively simple but the documentation is shit. It doesn’t help that there are at least three implementations of DKIM, though eventually (after some days) I figured out OpenDKIM is the only one that still matters. In typical open source […] Read more
Even though I had a decent mail server set up and running, other people’s stupid spam filters are starting to cause me headaches, so after looking around for solutions I found two things that may alleviate (and perhaps completely solve) that problem. The first is SPF. The idea is that the receiving mail server will […] Read more
I’ve been running my own mail (SMTP/IMAP) server for many years now and more recently decided to do something about all the retarded mail servers out there that classify messages from me as spam for no good reason. Typical corporate BS – “you’re not massive corporation like us so piss off”, but at the end […] Read more
And what's a solutions engineer? My goal in life is to design and develop solutions for people - to make them less frustrated, to give them better tools, to let them concentrate on more important things.
I'm an engineer specializing in Linux and open source software: I use it as a platform to create desktop, server, and embedded device applications, libraries, and services.
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The first part of our trip following the Bruce trail from end to end. Read more
Graphical ISO image editor for Linux/BSD. Read more