OS X: Understanding and Configuring Mail Drop

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OS X: Understanding and Configuring Mail Drop.
Übersetzung verfügbar: Deutsch Mail Drop is a new Yosemite features that drew relatively little attention.
Mail Drop is super useful.
It allows to send huge (really huge) attachments just as if they were normal, small attachments.
It does this by uploading the attached file to a third-party server (i.e.
not the SMTP server).
The receiving mail client then either downloads the file automatically or the user can download it with a click on the attachment icon/link.
(This depends on whether a mail client or web mail is used on the receiving side, or on the settings of the mail client.) This allows to avoid problems like these: Continue reading OS X: Understanding and Configuring Mail Drop May 10, 2015Nov 5, 2017 AppleScript, , Net, Script, , Tutorial, 5 Comments on OS X: Understanding and Configuring Mail Drop Keep a History of your External IP Addresses.
Today I had a look on my 404 log to check if there were any broken links or orphaned slugs on my site.
The log was more than a couple of days old and … rather long.
Since I made some “ experiments ” with my site recently, it was likely that the majority of the 404s have been triggered by myself, that is, from my Mac, behind a dynamic IP address.
So, how to filter out these not-so-interesting entries?  Continue reading Keep a History of your External IP Addresses Feb 10, 2015Sep 9, 2015 , Scripts AppleScript, , Net, Script, Tutorial, .

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