In my recent series at The Register, I’ve explained how you can set up a mail server with spam and virus filtering, using OpenBSD, Postfix and Amavisd. The configuration I’ve used is, at heart, one that I’ve run for a very long time myself, based on an original tutorial by Scott Vintinner. The tutorial is… Read More Using Postscreen to filter out connections on your mail server
Over on The Register, I’ve been doing a series of articles about setting up your own email server with spam and virus filtering. You can find them here: part 1, part 2, part 3. In the third part, I show how to set up a basic Amavis configuration, which is a spam filter that calls… Read More Setting up Amavisd to run chroot on OpenBSD
At an event in London this morning, with the DTG and Freeview, a significant announcement finally happened – and not before time in my view. From January of next year, all Freeview labelled TVs above 32 inches will have to have support for HD and DVB-T2. From January 2017, that will apply to all Freeview… Read More A long awaited move to T2
Democracy, according to Winston Churchill, was “the worst form of government, except for all the others.” To a degree, I think, the same might be said about the UK’s television licence fee. The BBC’s charter – the legal framework that establishes it – is up for renewal, and so once again there are many discussions… Read More The TV licence – the worst option except all the others?