Each time I am around my O3 system in operation, I feel a feeling in the top of my head, kinda like a catalytic feeling if I were to describe it.. Which may have something to do with the readings of heavy metals I got back with my HTMA (Hair Test Mineral Analysis)… The other day I had to turn down the machine from a 25% duty cycle I worked up to, right down to like a 1/60 duty cycle, as I was so tired as not to be able to function… my resources even mentally were really strained.. not dangerously or anything… I just had very little energy to function… So I see that to be very positive in as far as a healing process..
This is a D-Link smart Switch, connected to the cloud for finer grain timer settings. The D-Link app connects the switch to the IFTTT platform, which in turn connects to a web hook applet. Using a web server I can trigger requests to this applet. I have a web server running Ubuntu 16 with LAMP for a web interface. The web UI sets a json file with variables for the timer. The timer settings are then read by a python script which sends out commands to IFTTT at the correct intervals. The web UI also is secured with a password using a .htaccess file.
We will configure a server running Ubuntu to send all mail out to a remote email address via an SMTP server. This is a redo of these instructions..
Again, I just copied an instructional as here. Cant be bothered copying it here, but I did all those steps, except I commented out this line:
#smtp_tls_CAfile = /etc/postfix/cacert.pem
I looked at this log and got some useful info: /var/log/mail.log
SMTPS wrappermode (TCP port 465) requires setting "smtp_tls_wrappermode = yes", and "smtp_tls_security_level = encrypt" (or stronger)
So I added those lines to my config file. Then in testing I noticed that yay it actually sent the mail, although it bounced due to the ‘from address’ not being configured properly, so we create this file: sudo nano /etc/postfix/generic with these contents:
#use 'postmap /etc/postfix/generic' to hash this file
#then 'service postfix restart'
Where hostname is the hostname for the machine, and name@domain is the sender address, which usually needs to be valid with the SMTP server – although Google actually allows improper addresses. You could create different instances for different users, i.e one for root perhaps Then add this line to the config: smtp_generic_maps = hash:/etc/postfix/generic
Note that the hostname field needs to correspond as with hostname –fqdn and can be edited here sudo nano /etc/hosts
I set the following in the main.cf mydestination = localhost meaning that only mail for localhost will be held on the machine
Finally: sudo postmap /etc/postfix/generic sudo service postfix restart