No more business PCs with DVI?

I was looking for some new business desktop computers to buy. They should have a Core2Duo processor, 2GB of RAM, a DVD burner, Gbit LAN and two monitor connectors of which one should be DVI. I used to buy these computers from HP, but I couldnt find a single model with DVI anymore. They have…

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RBL/DNSBL blacklist comparison

Want to configure postfix/spamassassin and wonder which RBLs to choose? I found a cool site which monitors ham and spam hit statistics of a lot of RBLs. Check out http://www.intra2net.com/en/support/antispam/, it’s worth a visit. My definite winner is zen.spamhaus.org. While having the highest spam hit quote, it has 0% ham hits.

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Zimbra and Lightning Calendar Issues


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Trying to integrate Zimbra calendars in Lightning, I ran into a couple of problems. So far I’ve found four different ways to do it in the internet: ICS: http://zimbrahost.example.com/home/USERNAME/CALENDARNAME ICS: webcal://zimbrahost.example.com/home/USERNAME/CALENDARNAME ICS: webcal://<USERNAME>:<PASSWORD>@zimbrahost.example.com/home/USERNAME/CALENDARNAME CalDAV: http://zimbrahost.example.com/dav/USERNAME/CALENDARNAME Now the ICS solutions don’t work properly for me, the calendar entries are loaded but Lightning is unable to write…

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