Email Address in your Reply-To: header
- Use: your_name.webmail@webmail.
- Not ...@berklix... : Berklix domains have multiple
server hosts but only one provides webmail service, so you
also need 'webmail' after the '@'
- Not ...@user.berklix... : webmail server may not
remain on same host with normal user login accounts.
- Not ...@webmail. berklix.com or @webmail. berklix.org or @webmail. berklix.eu. They might or not
work now or later.
- Avoid using: your_name.
berklix.n.. If at all, Only when
subscribing mail lists, only if you also want to be able to
post to lists, & have mail list robot confirm your
poster's address is a subscribed address: (The names
'(land|tower|slim|flat)' change without notice periodicaly,
They are DNS A records, better use DNS CNAME 'webmail'.)
- No guarantees, subject to change without notice etc.
- No mail forwarding set by default.
- Don't use a valuable password: Your password could be
stolen by `man in the middle' packet sniffers on the
Internet, as it uses http, not https,
Ssh : Secure Shell I haven't got this working yet (though
I've added directives to httpd.conf).
- Ssh may not work if you use a Microsoft crippled
browser that for security reasons has been limited to not
allow extra windows to open. (As seen at a free service
adjacent a wall at Systems 2006.)
- Need to turn on Java in browser.
- The black box reports the Java applet is 2280 days
old & to go to http://www.mindbright.se/mindterm/
which redirects to
http://www.appgate.com/products/80_MindTerm/ which has a
client that implements the SSH1 and SSH2 protocols
written in pure Java "free for personal use". That's not
something I'll install on my FreeBSD client workstations
as I have real C, really free. Might be of use on MS
Not for normal users, Only for adminstrators' test