Speaking of ISP's in sheds, A chap i work with has one. He's from the north
and has a free isp setup in his house, people can dial up for free during
offpeak hours so long as they dont mind an advertising bar accross the top
of the browser, why cant this be done here?
by the way what is the situation with the dsl/satellite/cable modems, Chorus
have finally admitted (after 4 months of emails and phone calls) that it
will be next year before anything apears for maynooth, I want high speed,
always on connections, I live in the e-commerce hub of europe (so long as
the rest of europe are still using 33.6 modems)
From: Kevin Gannon [mailto:kevin at gannons.net]
Sent: 24 March 2001 17:51
To: ilug at linux.ie
Subject: [ILUG] Email Dameon Management ?
I am interesting in hearing comments from the ISP people on the list.
Or anyone running high volume mail servers.
I am using netsaint to monitor a bank of mail servers which is fine. But
we experience the odd funny which I feel would be helped if we restarted
sendmail once or twice a day automatically. Any advice most welcome.
BTW The servers are not in an ISP environment just in case people think
I have moved ;-) or setting up an ISP in my shed.
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