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by: Bernard Teo

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Fri 12 Oct 2012

MailServe for Mountain Lion 6.0.4

Category : Technology/MailServe6dot0dot4.txt

Updated MailServe for Mountain Lion to include Fetchmail 6.3.22. 

If you're having trouble fetching from a site that requires SSL, you should upgrade to this bundled version. To obtain this latest version of Fetchmail, do a De-Install from MailServe 6.0.4's Help menu, and then restart all the mail services.

PS : don't forget to save your config using the File menu, so that you can re-use the saved config before you restart the mail services.

Posted at 11:22PM UTC | permalink

Liya 2.0.9 and The Long Wait at the Mac App Store

Category : Technology/Tardiness.txt

Liya 2.0.9 has finally been released at the Mac App Store, three weeks after I've submitted it for approval (from September 18th till October 11th 2012).

I have mixed feelings knowing that I'm not the only app developer hit by Apple's increasing tardiness at the Mac App Store. For one, I'm comforted that this affects the great and the small. But then, knowing that iOS apps don't have to wait much more than a week, it leaves a bad taste that Mac apps are increasingly viewed by Apple as second class citizens. That, I think, would be a grievous mistake.

Posted at 3:58PM UTC | permalink

New Versions of MailServe and WebMon Coming

Category : Technology/NewVersionsMailServeWebMon.txt

I've finished a new version of MailServe for Mountain Lion, that I should be able to release tomorrow. It includes the latest 6.3.22 build of Fetchmail.

I'm now working on a new version of WebMon for Mountain Lion. Will release more news when I get this done.

Posted at 3:41PM UTC | permalink

Put your Mac to Work Now how would you do something like that?

Weblogs. Download and start a weblog of your own.

A Mac Business Toolbox
A survey of the possibilities

A Business Scenario
How we could use Macs in businesses

VPN Enabler for Mavericks

MailServe for Mavericks

DNS Enabler for Mavericks

DNS Agent for Mavericks

WebMon for Mavericks

Luca for Mavericks

Liya for Mountain Lion & Mavericks

Postfix Enabler for Tiger and Panther

Sendmail Enabler for Jaguar

Services running on this server, a Mac Mini running Mac OS X 10.9.2 Mavericks:

  • Apache 2 Web Server
  • Postfix Mail Server
  • Dovecot IMAP Server
  • Fetchmail
  • SpamBayes Spam Filter
  • Procmail
  • BIND DNS Server
  • DNS Agent
  • WebDAV Server
  • VPN Server
  • PHP-based weblog
  • MySQL database
  • PostgreSQL database

all set up using MailServe, WebMon, DNS Enabler, DNS Agent, VPN Enabler, Liya and our SQL installers, all on Mavericks.