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by tiker
2014-07-21 21:38
Forum: General discussions
Topic: How to block bruteforce attack from ymfl-pc
Replies: 33
Views: 23957

Re: How to block bruteforce attack from ymfl-pc

Auto-ban is what I use. My mail server was hit by botnets all the time trying to get passwords. One day, one of them were successful. After setting up IP ranges for subnets I trusted, I ended up setting the auto-ban rules to auto-ban after 1 failure, ban time being 1 year. Now (about 1 - 2 months la...
by tiker
2011-07-21 15:57
Forum: General discussions
Topic: Outbound message size limits
Replies: 2
Views: 1793

Re: Outbound message size limits

That will work.

Thanks! :)
by tiker
2011-07-20 22:34
Forum: General discussions
Topic: Outbound message size limits
Replies: 2
Views: 1793

Outbound message size limits

Hey, I've been using hmailserver for quite some time now (before this account was created) and it's been working flawlessly for me. I've recently had to change my SMTP relay to a new provider for outbound mail. Currently my mail server is set with no message size restrictions for all messages coming...
by tiker
2005-04-01 00:00
Forum: Archived feature requests
Topic: Footer - Discalimer
Replies: 27
Views: 25232

If it can be done through a script, why code it again a second time?
by tiker
2005-03-31 19:17
Forum: Scripting
Topic: SquirrelMail IMAP New (sub)Folder
Replies: 3
Views: 3844

Glad it's being fixed. I just setup hmailserver this past weekend with the SquirrelMail mod from the downloads section. My folders I created using Thunderbird under inbox all show under my trash bin in SquirrelMail.
by tiker
2005-03-30 16:53
Forum: General discussions
Topic: File System Limitations ?
Replies: 12
Views: 10014

What about just making the standard folders (i.e. INBOX, Trash, etc.) and allowing users to create their own additional folders? That would put the onus on the user to store their mail efficiently and it would also lend itself more readily to folder sharing and public type folders should you ever d...
by tiker
2005-03-29 20:33
Forum: General discussions
Topic: File System Limitations ?
Replies: 12
Views: 10014

Why not create 16 directories? 0 - 9, A - F and then drop the files into the directories based on the first character of the file name (after the bracket).
by tiker
2005-03-25 00:51
Forum: Scripting
Topic: Multiple Harddrives
Replies: 9
Views: 6516

If you're using NTFS as a file system, couldn't you use junction / reparse mount points? Different directories under D:\Program Files\hMailServer\Data would all still be accessable using that path, but the data would actually sit on different physical drives or network drives.