Archive for January, 2016

Syncing of Multiple Mailboxes Using Parallel

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Parallel being a command-line tool for GNU/Linux operating systems lets a user to execute shell scripts in parallel. It allows you to execute jobs in parallel using one or more computers. A job can consist of a single command or a tiny script that has to be run for each of the lines in the input. An input can be a list of files, a list of users, a list of tables or a list of URLs. A job might …

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How to Migrate Mailboxes between IMAP Servers using IMAP (imapsync)

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Have you ever been caught up in a situation where you needed to transfer everyone’s mail from one provider to another? Using the mail client one at a time can be a hectic process and takes a lot of time. But by using imapsync it is a simple process.  Imapsync being an IMAP transfer tool allows you to transfer IMAP accounts or to backup IMAP accounts. The good thing about imapsync is that it allows incremental (you can halt the …

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Temperature Monitoring of Datacenter using Raspberry Pi and Temperature Sensor

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A datacenter being the building block of a company has to be safe from viruses, spywares. It is also important to note that environmental issues like temperature, humidity, airflow, smoke can be equally devastating for the IT equipment. Luckily, our engineers know to tackle these sorts of problems. Apart from providing 24-7 monitoring of servers we setup a wide range of sensors that will keep your datacenter safe.
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Electronic equipment generate a lot of heat when in operation especially …

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