Tired of an e-mail BCC list that scrolls off the page, or fiddly and hard-to-manage bulk mailing systems? You need phpList – a high-powered, robust, feature-packed mailing system that will get out of your way and get the job done!
I was an Audible subscriber for over 2 years, and although I’m no longer active on a plan, I still have 50+ books that I’ve legitimately purchased. Each of them, however, is locked to my Audible username and password. I don’t tolerate DRM where possible, and I’ve done enough system reloads / iPod upgrades to be frustrated at the need to authorize my new devices, and de-authorize my old ones. (and get Audible to reset my devices, since it’s impossible to de-authorize a dead computer!)
I recently had reason to convert the latest DD-WRT firmware .bin file to .trx format, so that I could manually flash my WRT54GL. Not wanting to risk it, I first converted the .bin image with the following command:
The WP-PHPlist plugin integrates PHPList into your Wordpress blog, giving you all the mailing list power of PHPList, within the beautiful styling, theme, and widgets of your Wordpress theme.
While allowing individual IP addresses unrestricted access
This tutorial attempts to guide the reader through the process of installing Bandersnatch for use with an existing Jabberd2 server.
Bandersnatch is tool to log Jabber instant messaging traffic, and to generate meaningful usage statistics. Bandersnatch is designed for a corporate intranet environment. It is designed for administrators who wish to monitor the use / abuse of their Jabber servers.
In preparing an author bio (harder than it sounds!) for a PHPList book I’ve been authoring, I dug up this old copy of a JAJC (a win32 jabber client) manual I wrote in 2003, using Docbook XML.