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Can anyone point me in the right direction? I want to use Php to
automate confirmation of someone joining an email list by them replying
to an email (so they don't have to have a browser?).

I will probably use a hyperlink with a unique ID, but I also want to
know how to go about reading from a mailbox with Php so I can use an
email reply method, too.

I'm having trouble finding any kind of tutorial. From the bit of
searching I've done, it appears I need to use an IMAP client and the
IMAP functions (I've no experience with using IMAP, but could learn).

Can I use Php functions to read email from a POP3 mailbox?

Does anyone know of any tutorials or helpful web sites that might
explain what I need to do?

Thanks in Advance.

--
*************** **************
Chuck Anderson • Boulder, CO
http://www.CycleTourist.com
Integrity is obvious.
The lack of it is common.
*************** **************
Jul 17 '05 #1
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Chuck Anderson <we************ @seemy.sig> wrote in message news:<cnn3c.529 026$na.1267192@ attbi_s04>...
Can anyone point me in the right direction? I want to use Php to
automate confirmation of someone joining an email list by them replying
to an email (so they don't have to have a browser?).

I will probably use a hyperlink with a unique ID, but I also want to
know how to go about reading from a mailbox with Php so I can use an
email reply method, too.

I'm having trouble finding any kind of tutorial. From the bit of
searching I've done, it appears I need to use an IMAP client and the
IMAP functions (I've no experience with using IMAP, but could learn).

Can I use Php functions to read email from a POP3 mailbox?

Does anyone know of any tutorials or helpful web sites that might
explain what I need to do?


1. forward file <http://groups.google.c om/groups?selm=vpp nnssuq4p394%40c orp.supernews.c om>
2. <http://in2.php.net/imap> Manual & user notes

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heaven!"--Swami Vivekanandha
Email: rrjanbiah-at-Y!com
Jul 17 '05 #2
R. Rajesh Jeba Anbiah wrote:
Chuck Anderson <we************ @seemy.sig> wrote in message news:<cnn3c.529 026$na.1267192@ attbi_s04>...
Can anyone point me in the right direction? I want to use Php to
automate confirmation of someone joining an email list by them replying
to an email (so they don't have to have a browser?).

I will probably use a hyperlink with a unique ID, but I also want to
know how to go about reading from a mailbox with Php so I can use an
email reply method, too.

I'm having trouble finding any kind of tutorial. From the bit of
searching I've done, it appears I need to use an IMAP client and the
IMAP functions (I've no experience with using IMAP, but could learn).

Can I use Php functions to read email from a POP3 mailbox?

Does anyone know of any tutorials or helpful web sites that might
explain what I need to do?


1. forward file <http://groups.google.c om/groups?selm=vpp nnssuq4p394%40c orp.supernews.c om>
2. <http://in2.php.net/imap> Manual & user notes

I see. I can use the "IMAP" functions for POP3. Thanks for the pointer.
I can begin experimenting now.

(The first link is how I can have a new email trigger the event. That
will also be most useful.)

--
*************** **************
Chuck Anderson • Boulder, CO
http://www.CycleTourist.com
Integrity is obvious.
The lack of it is common.
*************** **************
Jul 17 '05 #3
Let me ask this, Are you trying to have PHP parse an email when it arrives?

If so, differnt aproach than trying to pop a box.

Also if you are using, say redhat linux:

in /etc/aliases file add this line:

alias-phpparse: "| /etc/smrsh/phpparser.php"
then in /etc/smrsh/ create a script called phpparser.php and it should look
like this:
(make sure the #!/.... is the very first line!)

#!/usr/bin/php -q
<?php
// read from stdin
$fd = fopen("php://stdin", "r");

// we read each line of the incoming email
while (!feof($fd))
{
$inData = fgets($fd, 1024);
$inData = trim($inData);

// we loop over and over untill we read each line
// proccess email here, $inData will contain 1 line from the email
on each pass
}
fclose($fd);
?>
--
Mike Bradley
http://www.gzentools.com -- free online php tools
"Chuck Anderson" <we************ @seemy.sig> wrote in message
news:cnn3c.5290 26$na.1267192@a ttbi_s04...
Can anyone point me in the right direction? I want to use Php to
automate confirmation of someone joining an email list by them replying
to an email (so they don't have to have a browser?).

I will probably use a hyperlink with a unique ID, but I also want to
know how to go about reading from a mailbox with Php so I can use an
email reply method, too.

I'm having trouble finding any kind of tutorial. From the bit of
searching I've done, it appears I need to use an IMAP client and the
IMAP functions (I've no experience with using IMAP, but could learn).

Can I use Php functions to read email from a POP3 mailbox?

Does anyone know of any tutorials or helpful web sites that might
explain what I need to do?

Thanks in Advance.

--
*************** **************
Chuck Anderson • Boulder, CO
http://www.CycleTourist.com
Integrity is obvious.
The lack of it is common.
*************** **************

Jul 17 '05 #4
so sorry, I forgot 1 thing, add this line to /etc/mail/virtusertable

an***@yourdomai n.com alais-phpparser

then rebuild the map with
cd /etc/mail
makemap hash virtusertable < virtusertable

--
Mike Bradley
http://www.gzentools.com -- free online php tools
"CountScubu la" <me@scantek.hot mail.com> wrote in message
news:H4******** *********@newss vr29.news.prodi gy.com...
Let me ask this, Are you trying to have PHP parse an email when it arrives?
If so, differnt aproach than trying to pop a box.

Also if you are using, say redhat linux:

in /etc/aliases file add this line:

alias-phpparse: "| /etc/smrsh/phpparser.php"
then in /etc/smrsh/ create a script called phpparser.php and it should look like this:
(make sure the #!/.... is the very first line!)

#!/usr/bin/php -q
<?php
// read from stdin
$fd = fopen("php://stdin", "r");

// we read each line of the incoming email
while (!feof($fd))
{
$inData = fgets($fd, 1024);
$inData = trim($inData);

// we loop over and over untill we read each line
// proccess email here, $inData will contain 1 line from the email on each pass
}
fclose($fd);
?>
--
Mike Bradley
http://www.gzentools.com -- free online php tools
"Chuck Anderson" <we************ @seemy.sig> wrote in message
news:cnn3c.5290 26$na.1267192@a ttbi_s04...
Can anyone point me in the right direction? I want to use Php to
automate confirmation of someone joining an email list by them replying
to an email (so they don't have to have a browser?).

I will probably use a hyperlink with a unique ID, but I also want to
know how to go about reading from a mailbox with Php so I can use an
email reply method, too.

I'm having trouble finding any kind of tutorial. From the bit of
searching I've done, it appears I need to use an IMAP client and the
IMAP functions (I've no experience with using IMAP, but could learn).

Can I use Php functions to read email from a POP3 mailbox?

Does anyone know of any tutorials or helpful web sites that might
explain what I need to do?

Thanks in Advance.

--
*************** **************
Chuck Anderson . Boulder, CO
http://www.CycleTourist.com
Integrity is obvious.
The lack of it is common.
*************** **************


Jul 17 '05 #5
CountScubula wrote:
Let me ask this, Are you trying to have PHP parse an email when it arrives?

That's what I'd like to do.
If so, differnt aproach than trying to pop a box.

I assume you are talking about having new a new email trigger an event
(parse the email), and that I could still do the same manually or with a
task scheduler using IMAP functions.

Yes?
Also if you are using, say redhat linux:

My site is on a Linux server, but I don't even have shell access. I'll
keep your suggestion, though, because I *can* get shell access. It
sounds like what I want to do is no simple thing (at least for me).
in /etc/aliases file add this line:

alias-phpparse: "| /etc/smrsh/phpparser.php"
then in /etc/smrsh/ create a script called phpparser.php and it should look
like this:
(make sure the #!/.... is the very first line!)\

Gotcha - tells the php "interprete r" to read the following lines.
#!/usr/bin/php -q
<?php
// read from stdin
$fd = fopen("php://stdin", "r");

// we read each line of the incoming email
while (!feof($fd))
{
$inData = fgets($fd, 1024);
$inData = trim($inData);

// we loop over and over untill we read each line
// proccess email here, $inData will contain 1 line from the email
on each pass
}
fclose($fd);
?>
That added line in your next post is quite key to understanding how this
works, right?
"an***@yourdoma in.com alias-phpparser"

Thanks for the help.
--
Mike Bradley
http://www.gzentools.com -- free online php tools
"Chuck Anderson" <we************ @seemy.sig> wrote in message
news:cnn3c.529 026$na.1267192@ attbi_s04...
Can anyone point me in the right direction? I want to use Php to
automate confirmation of someone joining an email list by them replying
to an email (so they don't have to have a browser?).

I will probably use a hyperlink with a unique ID, but I also want to
know how to go about reading from a mailbox with Php so I can use an
email reply method, too.

I'm having trouble finding any kind of tutorial. From the bit of
searching I've done, it appears I need to use an IMAP client and the
IMAP functions (I've no experience with using IMAP, but could learn).

Can I use Php functions to read email from a POP3 mailbox?

Does anyone know of any tutorials or helpful web sites that might
explain what I need to do?

Thanks in Advance.

--
*************** **************
Chuck Anderson • Boulder, CO
http://www.CycleTourist.com
Integrity is obvious.
The lack of it is common.
*************** **************


--
*************** **************
Chuck Anderson • Boulder, CO
http://www.CycleTourist.com
Integrity is obvious.
The lack of it is common.
*************** **************
Jul 17 '05 #6
I guess I should have exmplained how it works.

This is a way to have an email, upon arrival, get passed to your php script
instead of proccessed and put into a mailbox. if you wish to save a copy or
have it end up in the correct mailbox, then you need to do that yourself.

This is good for autoreplies, or email request systems (like fax back)
this part
add line to /etc/mail/virtusertable
an***@yourdoma in.com alias-phpparser

then rebuild the map with
cd /etc/mail
makemap hash virtusertable < virtusertable
adds an email address to the mail server, so anything comming to that email
address would go to user alias-phpparser (since this file only maps email
address to user accounts we map to an alias user)

here we add the alias user, in, well /etc/alias file, this file allows alias
user accounts, these can map to other users, single or more, or can forward
mail to a script. generaly the scripts sit in /etc/smrsh
so in /etc/alias file we add the line
alias-phpparser: "| /etc/smrsh/phpparser.php"
this tells the box the alias-phpparser is an alias, and to filter the mail
to the script

then in /etc/smrsh/ we put scripts that get passed emails from sendmail,
smrsh is SendMail Retricted SHell, this should be the only dir that sendmail
should be allowed to run scripts.
so, in /etc/smrsh/ dir we add the script
alias-phpparser.php
also this file needs to be chmod 755 #!/usr/bin/php -q
<?php
// read from stdin
$fd = fopen("php://stdin", "r");

// we read each line of the incoming email
while (!feof($fd))
{
$inData = fgets($fd, 1024);
$inData = trim($inData);

// we loop over and over untill we read each line
// proccess email here, $inData will contain 1 line from the email
on each pass

}
fclose($fd);
?>

--
Mike Bradley
http://www.gzentools.com -- free online php tools
"Chuck Anderson" <we************ @seemy.sig> wrote in message
news:f584c.1027 6$i76.158609@at tbi_s03... CountScubula wrote:
Let me ask this, Are you trying to have PHP parse an email when it arrives?

That's what I'd like to do.
If so, differnt aproach than trying to pop a box.

I assume you are talking about having new a new email trigger an event
(parse the email), and that I could still do the same manually or with a
task scheduler using IMAP functions.

Yes?
Also if you are using, say redhat linux:

My site is on a Linux server, but I don't even have shell access. I'll
keep your suggestion, though, because I *can* get shell access. It
sounds like what I want to do is no simple thing (at least for me).
in /etc/aliases file add this line:

alias-phpparse: "| /etc/smrsh/phpparser.php"
then in /etc/smrsh/ create a script called phpparser.php and it should looklike this:
(make sure the #!/.... is the very first line!)\

Gotcha - tells the php "interprete r" to read the following lines.
#!/usr/bin/php -q
<?php
// read from stdin
$fd = fopen("php://stdin", "r");

// we read each line of the incoming email
while (!feof($fd))
{
$inData = fgets($fd, 1024);
$inData = trim($inData);

// we loop over and over untill we read each line
// proccess email here, $inData will contain 1 line from the emailon each pass
}
fclose($fd);
?>

That added line in your next post is quite key to understanding how this
works, right?
"an***@yourdoma in.com alias-phpparser"

Thanks for the help.
--
Mike Bradley
http://www.gzentools.com -- free online php tools
"Chuck Anderson" <we************ @seemy.sig> wrote in message
news:cnn3c.529 026$na.1267192@ attbi_s04...
Can anyone point me in the right direction? I want to use Php to
automate confirmation of someone joining an email list by them replying
to an email (so they don't have to have a browser?).

I will probably use a hyperlink with a unique ID, but I also want to
know how to go about reading from a mailbox with Php so I can use an
email reply method, too.

I'm having trouble finding any kind of tutorial. From the bit of
searching I've done, it appears I need to use an IMAP client and the
IMAP functions (I've no experience with using IMAP, but could learn).

Can I use Php functions to read email from a POP3 mailbox?

Does anyone know of any tutorials or helpful web sites that might
explain what I need to do?

Thanks in Advance.

--
*************** **************
Chuck Anderson • Boulder, CO
http://www.CycleTourist.com
Integrity is obvious.
The lack of it is common.
*************** **************


--
*************** **************
Chuck Anderson • Boulder, CO
http://www.CycleTourist.com
Integrity is obvious.
The lack of it is common.
*************** **************

Jul 17 '05 #7
CountScubula wrote:
I guess I should have exmplained how it works.

This is a way to have an email, upon arrival, get passed to your php script
instead of proccessed and put into a mailbox.
That *is* what I ultimately want to do.
This is good for autoreplies, or email request systems (like fax back)

Or to automate subscription to a mailing list.

this part
add line to /etc/mail/virtusertable
an***@yourdom ain.com alias-phpparser

then rebuild the map with
cd /etc/mail
makemap hash virtusertable < virtusertable


adds an email address to the mail server, so anything comming to that email
address would go to user alias-phpparser (since this file only maps email
address to user accounts we map to an alias user)

here we add the alias user, in, well /etc/alias file, this file allows alias
user accounts, these can map to other users, single or more, or can forward
mail to a script. generaly the scripts sit in /etc/smrsh
so in /etc/alias file we add the line
alias-phpparser: "| /etc/smrsh/phpparser.php"


this tells the box the alias-phpparser is an alias, and to filter the mail
to the script

then in /etc/smrsh/ we put scripts that get passed emails from sendmail,
smrsh is SendMail Retricted SHell, this should be the only dir that sendmail
should be allowed to run scripts.
so, in /etc/smrsh/ dir we add the script
alias-phpparser.php
also this file needs to be chmod 755

#!/usr/bin/php -q
<?php
// read from stdin
$fd = fopen("php://stdin", "r");

// we read each line of the incoming email
while (!feof($fd))
{
$inData = fgets($fd, 1024);
$inData = trim($inData);

// we loop over and over untill we read each line
// proccess email here, $inData will contain 1 line from the email
on each pass

}
fclose($fd);
?>

--
Mike Bradley
http://www.gzentools.com -- free online php tools
"Chuck Anderson" <we************ @seemy.sig> wrote in message
news:f584c.102 76$i76.158609@a ttbi_s03...
CountScubula wrote:
>Let me ask this, Are you trying to have PHP parse an email when itarrives? >
>

That's what I'd like to do.
>If so, differnt aproach than trying to pop a box.
>
>

I assume you are talking about having new a new email trigger an event
(parse the email), and that I could still do the same manually or with a
task scheduler using IMAP functions.

Yes?
>Also if you are using, say redhat linux:
>
>

My site is on a Linux server, but I don't even have shell access. I'll
keep your suggestion, though, because I *can* get shell access. It
sounds like what I want to do is no simple thing (at least for me).
>in /etc/aliases file add this line:
>
>alias-phpparse: "| /etc/smrsh/phpparser.php"
>
>
>then in /etc/smrsh/ create a script called phpparser.php and it shouldlook >like this:
>(make sure the #!/.... is the very first line!)\
>
>

Gotcha - tells the php "interprete r" to read the following lines.
>#!/usr/bin/php -q
><?php
> // read from stdin
> $fd = fopen("php://stdin", "r");
>
> // we read each line of the incoming email
> while (!feof($fd))
> {
> $inData = fgets($fd, 1024);
> $inData = trim($inData);
>
> // we loop over and over untill we read each line
> // proccess email here, $inData will contain 1 line from theemail >on each pass
>
>
> }
> fclose($fd);
>?>
>
>
>

That added line in your next post is quite key to understanding how this
works, right?
"an***@yourdoma in.com alias-phpparser"

Thanks for the help.
>--
>Mike Bradley
>http://www.gzentools.com -- free online php tools
>"Chuck Anderson" <we************ @seemy.sig> wrote in message
>news:cnn3c.529 026$na.1267192@ attbi_s04...
>> Can anyone point me in the right direction? I want to use Php to
>> automate confirmation of someone joining an email list by them replying
>> to an email (so they don't have to have a browser?).
>>
>> I will probably use a hyperlink with a unique ID, but I also want to
>> know how to go about reading from a mailbox with Php so I can use an
>> email reply method, too.
>>
>> I'm having trouble finding any kind of tutorial. From the bit of
>> searching I've done, it appears I need to use an IMAP client and the
>> IMAP functions (I've no experience with using IMAP, but could learn).
>>
>> Can I use Php functions to read email from a POP3 mailbox?
>>
>> Does anyone know of any tutorials or helpful web sites that might
>> explain what I need to do?
>>
>> Thanks in Advance.
>>

--
*************** **************
Chuck Anderson • Boulder, CO
http://www.CycleTourist.com
Integrity is obvious.
The lack of it is common.
*************** **************
Jul 17 '05 #8
"CountScubu la" <me@scantek.hot mail.com> wrote in message news:<h5******* ************@ne wssvr29.news.pr odigy.com>...
I guess I should have exmplained how it works.

This is a way to have an email, upon arrival, get passed to your php script
instead of proccessed and put into a mailbox. if you wish to save a copy or
have it end up in the correct mailbox, then you need to do that yourself.

This is good for autoreplies, or email request systems (like fax back)
this part
add line to /etc/mail/virtusertable
an***@yourdoma in.com alias-phpparser

then rebuild the map with
cd /etc/mail
makemap hash virtusertable < virtusertable


adds an email address to the mail server, so anything comming to that email
address would go to user alias-phpparser (since this file only maps email
address to user accounts we map to an alias user)

here we add the alias user, in, well /etc/alias file, this file allows alias
user accounts, these can map to other users, single or more, or can forward
mail to a script. generaly the scripts sit in /etc/smrsh
so in /etc/alias file we add the line
alias-phpparser: "| /etc/smrsh/phpparser.php"


this tells the box the alias-phpparser is an alias, and to filter the mail
to the script


I'm not a *nix expert. But, this link
<http://forums.devshed. com/t64071/s.html> says forward file is better
than aliases file. Do you have any comment on it?

--
"I don't believe in the God who doesn't give me food, but shows me
heaven!"--Swami Vivekanandha
Email: rrjanbiah-at-Y!com
Jul 17 '05 #9
Well to use a forward file, you must add a user to the linux box, so then
there actualy is a new user account. you can leave it as no password so no
one uses the account.

Then in that users /home/dir you create a '.forward' file, and stick in
email addresses, one per line. Sorta like a mini mailing list.

Draw backs to me, are for simple 1,2,3 email forwards this consumes a
userid, and requires a user in the /home

On my mail servers, there are only a hand full of /home/dir's and they are
for me, and whom ever is assisting me, the general users have no /home/dir
on any of my servers

Now the alias file, is as it is called, but for user accounts, you create
alias user names, and then point to real users (not email address),
although, it can forward to email addresses.
these are valid entries

owner: root
admins: root, john, jane, jo*@otherplace. com
some-script: root, "|/etc/smrsh/script.php"
filter: "|/etc/smrsh/filter.php"
Then is the /etc/virtusertable file, this file maps email addresses to user
accounts. you can also forward email from here.
here are valid entries:

jo**@mydomain.c om john
in**@mydomain.c om john

no******@mydoma in.com filter

sa*@domain.com sa*@otherdomain .com

@domain.com error 550: Sorry, invalid user.
So IMHO, I use as follows:
/etc/alias to set up filter scripts.
/etc/virtusertable to map emails to user names
..forward for mini distribution lists
--
Mike Bradley
http://www.gzentools.com -- free online php tools
"R. Rajesh Jeba Anbiah" <ng**********@r ediffmail.com> wrote in message
news:ab******** *************** ***@posting.goo gle.com...
"CountScubu la" <me@scantek.hot mail.com> wrote in message

news:<h5******* ************@ne wssvr29.news.pr odigy.com>...
I guess I should have exmplained how it works.

This is a way to have an email, upon arrival, get passed to your php script instead of proccessed and put into a mailbox. if you wish to save a copy or have it end up in the correct mailbox, then you need to do that yourself.
This is good for autoreplies, or email request systems (like fax back)
this part
add line to /etc/mail/virtusertable
an***@yourdoma in.com alias-phpparser

then rebuild the map with
cd /etc/mail
makemap hash virtusertable < virtusertable


adds an email address to the mail server, so anything comming to that email address would go to user alias-phpparser (since this file only maps email address to user accounts we map to an alias user)

here we add the alias user, in, well /etc/alias file, this file allows alias user accounts, these can map to other users, single or more, or can forward mail to a script. generaly the scripts sit in /etc/smrsh
so in /etc/alias file we add the line
alias-phpparser: "| /etc/smrsh/phpparser.php"


this tells the box the alias-phpparser is an alias, and to filter the mail to the script


I'm not a *nix expert. But, this link
<http://forums.devshed. com/t64071/s.html> says forward file is better
than aliases file. Do you have any comment on it?

--
"I don't believe in the God who doesn't give me food, but shows me
heaven!"--Swami Vivekanandha
Email: rrjanbiah-at-Y!com

Jul 17 '05 #10

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I developing an application that receive SMS from a connected GSM handphone, e.g Siemens M55, Nokia 6230,etc through the data cable. The application(VB.NET) will receive the SMS automatically, process and output to the screen in my application when a message arrived. But the problem is how do I read the SMS message immediately when it arrived...
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by: palomine1234 | last post by:
PAYPAL MAGIC!!! TURN $5 INTO $15,000 IN ONLY 30 DAYS...HERES HOW! This is a Money Scheme and Not, I repeat... This is Not a Scam!!!
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by: Erik Johnson | last post by:
THE GOAL: I need to send an email with a simple ASCII text body and an attached HTML file. I have scripts that send basic emails via the smtplib module that don't have any attachements and that seems to work fine. I first looked at the mimetools modules but it says it is depreceated since 2.3, so I started trying to use the email module. ...
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KevinADC
by: KevinADC | last post by:
Note: You may skip to the end of the article if all you want is the perl code. Introduction Uploading files from a local computer to a remote web server has many useful purposes, the most obvious of which is the sharing of files. For example, you upload images to a server to share them with other people over the Internet. Perl comes ready...
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by: aknigam1 | last post by:
Hello, I make a web application for receive mail from POP3 from the our domain by passing our pop3 server name and our user id and password . And i'm able to read (receive) only mail from Inbox. Now i also want to read deleted mail from pop3 using ASP.NET(C#). Thanks Amit Nigam
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by: Hystou | last post by:
Most computers default to English, but sometimes we require a different language, especially when relocating. Forgot to request a specific language before your computer shipped? No problem! You can effortlessly switch the default language on Windows 10 without reinstalling. I'll walk you through it. First, let's disable language...
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Oralloy
by: Oralloy | last post by:
Hello folks, I am unable to find appropriate documentation on the type promotion of bit-fields when using the generalised comparison operator "<=>". The problem is that using the GNU compilers, it seems that the internal comparison operator "<=>" tries to promote arguments from unsigned to signed. This is as boiled down as I can make it. ...
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jinu1996
by: jinu1996 | last post by:
In today's digital age, having a compelling online presence is paramount for businesses aiming to thrive in a competitive landscape. At the heart of this digital strategy lies an intricately woven tapestry of website design and digital marketing. It's not merely about having a website; it's about crafting an immersive digital experience that...
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by: Hystou | last post by:
Overview: Windows 11 and 10 have less user interface control over operating system update behaviour than previous versions of Windows. In Windows 11 and 10, there is no way to turn off the Windows Update option using the Control Panel or Settings app; it automatically checks for updates and installs any it finds, whether you like it or not. For...
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isladogs
by: isladogs | last post by:
The next Access Europe User Group meeting will be on Wednesday 1 May 2024 starting at 18:00 UK time (6PM UTC+1) and finishing by 19:30 (7.30PM). In this session, we are pleased to welcome a new presenter, Adolph Dupré who will be discussing some powerful techniques for using class modules. He will explain when you may want to use classes...
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by: TSSRALBI | last post by:
Hello I'm a network technician in training and I need your help. I am currently learning how to create and manage the different types of VPNs and I have a question about LAN-to-LAN VPNs. The last exercise I practiced was to create a LAN-to-LAN VPN between two Pfsense firewalls, by using IPSEC protocols. I succeeded, with both firewalls in...
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by: adsilva | last post by:
A Windows Forms form does not have the event Unload, like VB6. What one acts like?
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by: 6302768590 | last post by:
Hai team i want code for transfer the data from one system to another through IP address by using C# our system has to for every 5mins then we have to update the data what the data is updated we have to send another system
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muto222
by: muto222 | last post by:
How can i add a mobile payment intergratation into php mysql website.

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