Sebastian Mares

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  1. Sebastian Mares added a post in a topic: Fresh installation gives JS error on registration page   

    Thanks! How come this is still a bug in the latest version if the KB is from 2013?
  2. Sebastian Mares added a post in a topic: Fresh installation gives JS error on registration page   

    Hey guys, I just installed the latest version of IPB on my server and calling the registration page, I get an error in the development tools console:
     
     
    Any idea what might be happening there? I noticed the error because the Terms of Use link does not work.
  3. Sebastian Mares added a post in a topic: Postfix blocking mail   

    Nevermind, Outlook is a dick and I looked in the wrong spot. The HELO was sent using "JohnsPC" as hostname. >_<
  4. Sebastian Mares added a post in a topic: Postfix blocking mail   

    Is the domain checked? I thought it's a syntax check only.
  5. Sebastian Mares added a post in a topic: Postfix blocking mail   

    Hello,
     
    I have a weird problem with Postfix blocking some e-mails due to a smtpd_helo_restrictions rule. That looks like this:
    smtpd_helo_restrictions = permit_mynetworks, reject_invalid_hostname, reject_non_fqdn_hostname The error is that HSI-BW-078-042- xxx - xxx .hsi3.kabel-badenwuerttemberg.de (the last two octets are actually not xxx ) apparently is not a FQDN although it looks like one for me. Did I miss something?
  6. Sebastian Mares added a post in a topic: Block HTTPS access to certain hosts   

    Do mod_rewrite rules apply before SSL handshake? I thought using mod_rewrite would be too late because the browser already displayed the invalid certificate warning at that time.
  7. Sebastian Mares added a post in a topic: Block HTTPS access to certain hosts   

    Hi there folks, I have a vServer that runs Apache and has several hosts with their own domains enabled. One of them supports SSL and has a valid certificate, but the others don't have any certificate installed and I would like to block access to them via HTTPS. Is this possible with Apache only or do I need something else (or is this even possible)?
  8. Sebastian Mares added a post in a topic: Postfix issues   

    How about StartCom? They're free (class 1).
  9. Sebastian Mares added a post in a topic: Make postfix "listen" to mail.domain.com and not domain.com   

    Hey guys, am I right assuming that I need different IPs if I want to have postfix "listen" only to mail.domain.com and not domain.com? domain.com has two A records (domain.com and mail.domain.com) pointing to the same IP since I only have one.