As an email system administrator for a Canadian university, we also see Google docs being increasingly used for phishing. We've also noticed Google's response to abuse reports has also improved considerably. If a few people submit an abuse report on a form, it will now usually get suspended in a matter of hours, where it used to take over a day. Unfortunately, those first few hours are the most critical when it comes to reacting to phishing.
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Power is more of a concern on mobile devices and mostly dark/black displays will allow AMOLEDs to turn off some pixels to save power and extend battery life.
You gave an example of a broken setup to demonstrate how a working setup doesn't help much?
Hope he likes updating his resume.
For short term outages, sending servers will queue messages and try again later. You can avoid long term outages like this one by having redundant Internet connections from different providers.
You don't have to choose the record. The ISP just has to ensure that the PTR for an IP resolves to a name, and the A for that name resolves to the original IP. The name can be completely up to them and doesn't even need to reflect the domain for which you're sending mail. However it should avoid using a name that makes it appear to be a dynamic IP, which some receivers may penalize you for.
Both ACs below seem to agree.
What reason would anyone have to be running an SMTP server without a PTR record?
Alternatively, manually block sites from your results here: http://www.google.com/reviews/t
1. Log in to your Google Account
2. Search for Experts Exchange
3. Click on the result for Experts Exchange
4. Press Back on your browser
5. Click "Block all www.experts-exchange.com results"
Try reinstalling Wind^H^H^H^HUbuntu.
Visitors must pay $3.14 to enter.
and $30 for 1GB.
I'm not a Telus customer, but they have an addon for their pre-paid service. It's $20 for 250MB of data an unlimited texting.