Purpose of this blog: to retain miscellaneous information that I find interesting or would like to share with others.

Postfix, Google Apps, MX Records, and Relay

I have a Cent OS dedicated virtual server with Postfix. I also have google apps on a local domain.

When using any local applications, like PHP, to send email it will try to look up the host locally and deliver the mail internally rather than utilizing the google apps domain.

For example. A php script utilizes mail to send to localdomain.com. Postfix sees that localdomain.com is hosted on the same server. However, localdomain.com is hosted at google apps. Postfix will return an error saying 'unknown user'.

Australian Santas Asked Not to 'Ho Ho Ho'

By Janet Fyfe-Yeomans and Amanda Grant

SYDNEY, Australia —
He is an unlikely revolutionary, but this Christmas, Santa is a rebel with a claus.

He is having the last laugh on political correctness — and it's a great big fat belly laugh.

Santas across Sydney, Australia, are rebelling against attempts to ban their traditional greeting of "ho, ho, ho" in favor of "ha, ha, ha."

Recruitment firm Westaff — which supplies hundreds of Santas across the country — has told its trainees that the "ho ho ho" phrase could frighten children and could even be derogatory to women.


Black Friday at Amazon.com!

Well, tis the season as they say! Black Friday is one of the largest and busiest shopping days of the year. Amazon.com is going to have many great deals this holiday season. So, check out Black Friday at Amazon.com.

The Tweedles - Episode 2

This is the second episode of a public access television sketch comedy group called THE TWEEDLES who are based out of Fort Wayne, Indiana. It runs just over 25 minutes and features over ten original sketches including "CRAPPY LOCAL NEWS", which has been featured on Newstalk radio station WOWO 1190 AM.



THE TWEEDLES have posted yet another chortleriffic
sketch for you on our MySpace Page. Or you can also
view it at the following link


Or Just watch it right now below.

NASA shuttle to launch Luke's lightsaber

August 27, 2007 — When the space shuttle Discovery launches the STS-120 crew in October, the force will be with them.

Stowed on-board the orbiter, in addition to a new module for the international space station, will be the original prop lightsaber used by actor Mark Hamill as Luke Skywalker in the 1983 movie "Star Wars, Episode VI: Return of the Jedi". The laser-like weapon is being flown to the orbiting outpost and back in honor of the 30th anniversary of the George Lucas-created franchise.


Girl's heart regenerates thanks to artificial assist

A 15-year-old girl has become the first Canadian to have an artificial heart removed after her own heart healed itself.

Melissa Mills arrived at Edmonton's Stollery Children's Hospital last year after a sudden illness made her critically ill and a candidate for a heart transplant.

Doctors at the hospital implanted the Berlin Heart, a portable mechanical device that keeps blood pumping in an ailing heart, so she could survive until a transplant became available.



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