|Connecting to my company mail server|
You could you outlook.com's web based interface to connect to POP3
accounts, similar to what you do in outlook express.
Similarly you could add your email as additional account in gmail too.
|Connecting to remote server with pgadmin|
Specify a different local port in the script. The specified port is already
in use by something else, possibly a local PostgreSQL running on port 5433.
That's really just a toy wrapper around an SSH tunnel. Personally I tend to
just fire up the ssh tunnel directly when I need that, or ssh into the
remote machine and use psql on it locally.
|Connecting to a remote machine through client-server|
You say the other machine has an external ip address. This implies it also
has a local ip address; ie it is behind a NAT firewall or similar. In this
case, you will have to configure the firewall to allow communication to
take place, eg by setting up port forwarding.
Applications such as MSN Messenger, VOIP clients etc have elaborate
mechanisms to negotiate this automatically, but they're often not very
|Connecting to a remote database server at run time|
I don't know what type of application you're creating. But you can add a
key to the config file at runtime and recall it next time the application
System.Configuration.Configuration config =
|Problems connecting to a remote server and performing a simple db query|
Log on to your database server, check the details and obtain the correct
server information such as server, username and password.
Once you change the server details you shoudl be ready to rock n roll.
Edit post with the host name/server name and we may be able to find it for
You'll have a phpMyAdmin page where you're hosting the site. Check the
membership area or cPanel.
|Connecting to a Remote Server on a different domain -- how do I enter the username and password?|
According to Microsoft it should be possible. You need to authenticate
against the remote domain, though, e.g. like this:
computer = "..."
username = "OTHERDOMAINuser"
password = "..."
Set locator = CreateObject("WbemScripting.SWbemLocator")
Set wmi = locator.ConnectServer(computer, "rootcimv2", username, password)
wmi.Security_.ImpersonationLevel = 3
|Unable to get emails sent by PHP mail function because of another mail server|
The first thing to establish is how you are sending emails (sendmail or
SMTP). Then, whether your emails are a) not sent at all or b) getting
rejected by the destination mail server.
I'd check all available logs (source and destination mail servers and
daemons). See if mail() itself is erroring. Try using sendmail/smtp
If its the destination server rejecting the mail based on its spam score,
try setting SPF records to enable the web server to send mail legally.
|unable to connect to remote server c# while sending mail|
can you try shortening your code to something like the following
var smptClient = new SmtpClient("smtp.gmail.com", 587)
Credentials = new NetworkCredential("firstname.lastname@example.org",
EnableSsl = true
smptClient.Send("email@example.com", "firstname.lastname@example.org", "Testing
Email", "testing the email");
|asp .net mail function for godaddy server|
The issue you're experiencing with your script can be narrowed down to this
smtp.Port = 587;``
smtp.EnableSsl = false;``
smtp.DeliveryMethod = System.Net.Mail.SmtpDeliveryMethod.Network;``
smtp.Credentials = new NetworkCredential("email@example.com",
smtp.Timeout = 20000;``
You would be unable to use a 3rd party mail server. You're currently
trying to pass data to a gmail.com account which is not allowed within
GoDaddy's network. You would need to use an email address other than one
created from the larger free email accounts (such as
gmail.com/yahoo.com/msn.com/live.com or the like) you would want to create
an email from say within your account and utilize that.
After you have done that, you would then
|Mail function not working on online server|
yes i make a mistake on From
first i write this
$headers .= 'From: domain' . "
Now this is correct
$headers .= 'From: Domain <firstname.lastname@example.org>' . "
Thanx to all of u specially "RiggsFolly" & "Dale"
|Error unable to connect to remote server when upload file to remote server|
Using the FTP protocol requires a dedicated FTP server software running on
the remote machine. FTP cannot access network drives without it. If you
just want to access files on your network, start with this SO question:
Copying files to a mapped drive while user is not logged in (scheduled
For security reasons, I strongly recommend a few steps before:
a) Do not open root shares like C$.
b) Create specific shares on your "remote" server, where you grant access
only to users for that specific purpose.
Further reading on FTP: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File_Transfer_Protocol
|Running a function on a remote server via SSH in a script|
There's no straightforward way to do that. But you can extract all the
function definitions and inject them as a command at the beginning of your
ssh "$user@$machine1" "$(declare -f); main"
Notice that you still might have problems with global variables and other
|imagettftext function using font from remote server|
first download the ttf file
file_put_contents("font.ttf", $font); //be sure to save the font in the
path you have provided as font path.
then you can safely use "font.ttf" with imagettftext
imagettftext($im, 20, 0, 11, 21, $grey, "font.ttf", $text);
|Warning: mail(): SMTP server response: 550 This is a submission only port. You must authenticate before sending mail in|
php.ini & SMTP= - how do you pass username & password
PHP mail() command does not support authentication. Your options: ...
|Switched exchange servers, kept the same e-mail but some incoming mail is still going to the old server|
I'm assuming that you changed the MX records for your domain, so that they
now point to Microsoft 365's mail servers, correct? If so, it may take a
day or two for the DNS changes to propagate.
|Client to Server Remote Function Calls in Python. How to implement?|
There is a great tutorial for twisted that will do just fine as a teaching
tool (and guide you by hand in writing a basic server/client services).
Have a go at it
http://twistedmatrix.com/documents/current/core/howto/tutorial/ what you
will probably want to do is parse received info and act accordingly.
|Connecting to remote tty using perl|
If you can connect to the remote host via SSH, you can also get your Perl
script to run on the remote host. Maybe as a daemon. Then each script talks
to the devices via local ttys, and they could talk to each other over TCP
or UDP sockets, using a protocol you define.
|Session timeout during connecting Hotmail account with Java mail API|
Are you leaving the connection open for long periods of time without doing
Are you opening and closing the connection frequently over short periods of
Servers have lots of ways of preventing you from "abusing" their resources.
You may be running into one of them.
Or, maybe you have an unreliable network connection?
See the JavaMail FAQ for debugging tips; the debug output might provide
more clues as to why it's failing.
Also see the list of common mistakes; you can simplify your code.
|connecting a remote django app to postgresql on openshift|
You can do a reverse port forward from OpenShift to your other server OR
you can port forward from your server to the OpenShift server - but there
is no direct DB access. Direct access would require exposing your database
to the outside world and is generally considered bad security practice
|Connecting directly to remote MySQL database in iOS|
You need to create a web service that will expose a set of APIs that are
then use by your iPhone app to push/pull data. You may then choose to cache
the data locally (on the iPhone) in a sqlite3 database. The most common
data transfer formats are JSON and XML.
|Connecting to remote MySQL from local machine|
I'm not sure why they would say not to add 127.0.0.1 - that's the local
machine, which means that people from the outside can't access it. So you
have skip-networking turned on and you're connecting through a local UNIX
socket? Are you sure it didn't say not to add anything other than
Do you have SSH access? If so, you can easily use SSH tunneling so that
you'll only have to connect locally with a command like
ssh -L 3307:localhost:3306 -N yoursever.com
Then you connect locally on your home machine to port 3307 (you can make
this 3306 but you said you develop your database locally as well, so in
that case you'd need a different port). Then the packets go through SSH
and magically appear at the database, looking as though they had come from
the same machine. The security th
|connecting to SQLSERVER database without remote connection|
I guess I somehow need to force the other company to allow remote
connection with us. Am I wrong?
Very wrong, you hardly ever need remote connections to a database. An HTTP
service in front of the database is the way to go. Would you otherwise
hardcode the database credentials in the application you distribute and
hope the T-SQL TCP port is opened for outgoing traffic in the user's
since i dont know any of the table names this is nonsense
Then ask them for a diagram.
even if I write a .net web service or web application is it possible to
publish it over an ftp?
Of course, why not?
|Connecting to remote machine without username/password|
You have to use interop to use the Credential Management API in .NET:
|Connecting to a remote database from Azure Websites|
Are you using the default MySQL Database from Web Sites? If so, could you
be hitting an issue with the maximum concurrent connections? The default
database allows up to 4 concurrent connections.
If you want to upgrade to a larger database you can do so from the provider
|zimbra doesnt receive mail from php mail function|
Check logs on Zimbra MTA server, it's located at:
Check if you see you php-server trying to reach Zimbra. You may get blocked
cause Zimbra think you php-server is sending spam, or fail on one of many
checks. Either way, the maillog should say something about it.
|Connecting to remote services from multiple threaded requests|
Since memcached have syncronous protocol you should not write next request
before you got answer to prevous. So, no other thread can chat in same
memcached connection. I'd prefer to make thread-local connection if you
work with it in "blocking" mode.
Or you can make it work in "async" manner: make pool of connections, pick a
connection from it (and lock it). After request is done, return it to pool.
Also, you can make a request queue and process it in special thread(s)
(using multigets and callbacks).
|Glassfish, EC2, Swing Application not connecting to @remote interface|
You should still be able to add an entry to your hosts file for your eIP -
have you tried that?
EC2 instances all have a public IP and a private 10.X.X.X address. The eIP
replaces the public IP address and is fixed (until you disassociate it).
The alternative with AWS, which will allow you to have a fixed private IP
too, is to deploy to a VPC. Amazon have some very good documentation on
What you're getting, in a nutshell, is comparable to a local network, so
you can just pick your CIDR block and create subnets, for example
10.0.1.0/24. Now, when you launch an EC2 instance, you can launch into that
VPC subnet and choose the private IP. Along with your eIP, you now have
both IP addresses (public and private) set permanently, unless you decide
to change them yourself (for whatever re
|Exception connecting to Remote Solr Instance (407 error)|
HTTP code 407 implies Proxy Authentication Required, you need to set
authentication information while making connection to server via
new UsernamePasswordCredentials(username, password));
solrServer = new HttpSolrServer(solrUrl, httpclient);//with credentials
you may like to check similar discussions:
Solr - instantiate HttpSolrServer with Httpclient
Solr 4 with basic authentication
|php - best practice to know whether mail function send mail or not|
php.net description of mail function here states:
Returns TRUE if the mail was successfully accepted for delivery, FALSE
It is important to note that just because the mail was accepted for
delivery, it does NOT mean the mail will actually reach the intended
It's the right way to see if the message was accepted to be sent, but not
to see if it indeed reached the recipient. You could always check the email
you're sending from for a delivery error email.
|sending mail from localhost using mail() function|
You should not use the mail command, its quite unstable on windows and
should in fact not even be used on Linux. You should use the PHPMailer
Class by Worx of PHPMailerLite class. This connects to the SMTP Server.
It's giving you a lot of extra options. You should try implementing the
PHPMailer class for you own sake!
|Trouble connecting the cassandra database via remote access through JAVA|
I could ping the machine. But I could not access the machine using telnet
in windows. The servers is linux machine. Do you have any idea ?
Your firewall is blocking off the telnet port and probably the rest of the
ports cassandra needs. You need to add an exception telling the firewall to
open port 9160 (the client port). 9160 is the only port you really need to
have open unless you want remote jmx management etc.
To add an exception to your linux firewall:
iptables -I INPUT -p tcp --dport 9160 --syn -j ACCEPT
And if you want to save the state:
service iptables save
|Can I migrate remote SVN to local disk without exporting dmp files on remote server?|
You can dump only latest revision range with the -r switch.
svnadmin dump REPOS_PATH [-r LOWER[:UPPER]] [--incremental] [--deltas]
and then you can load this increment in the new repository.
|Remote PHP Debugging with Netbeans and XDebug (remote server)|
Remember you need to set the Path Mapping in the Debugger tab inside
Another little big problem I was having when trying to connect from
NetBeans remotely was the SSH tunnel. You have to creat it for the port
xdebug will work on, 9000 usually.
If you experience network problems for a moment, the tunnel might "break"
silently and NetBeans will be stuck in the holy "Waiting for connection..."
state. In putty, you can right click and Restart Session, but this won't
You will need to close the putty window and re open the session for it to
Hope it helps!
|Can I use the Integrated Security option in a connection string if I'm connecting to a remote machine that's not on a domain?|
Integrated security will only work when the machines are on the same domain
(or a different domain with a trust) this is because SQL server has to
contact a domain controller to authenticate a windows logon, which it can
only do if it is a member of a domain.
Just being connected to the LAN is not enough as although the machine may
be able to physically connect to the domain controller, it will not be able
to authenticate users against it.
|Batch File Connecting to Server and execute program install on connected server|
Here's a little code to help you connect to the SQL server and interrogate
the SQL version.
SQLCMD /? > nul 2> nul
IF ERRORLEVEL 1 ECHO.SQLCMD not found on this machine & PAUSE &
SET SQLCmdLine=SQLCMD -b -w400
REM use something like the next line for NT authentication; second line for
REM for NT SET SQLCmdLine=%SQLCmdLine% -E -S "YourServerName"
REM for SA SET SQLCmdLine=%SQLCmdLine% -U "YourSQLUserName" -P
"YourSQLPassword" -S "YourServerName"
REM I will use NT Authentication for this example
SET SQLCmdLine=%SQLCmdLine% -E -S "(local)"
SET TestSQLCmdLine=%SQLCmdLine% -h-1 -d "%Database%"
REM this will get the SQL version
%TestSQLCmdLine% -Q "SELECT @@VERSION" | FINDSTR /v "rows affected"
REM this will
|sqlsrv error while connecting to mssql server 2008 on windows 2003 server|
Two ways to try,
first to check if the Native driver has the right version -
is your server really a 32bit Version and not 84bit?
The other thing is, to check if the extensions are actually loaded.
To check that, create a file like "phpinfo.php" and put it in you folder
// show phpinfo file
The easy way is to search for it in the phpinfo-Page with Ctrl+F and
|mail not sending when add cc in php mail function|
just remove dot(.) symbol before
and also double quotes. For instance:
$headers = 'MIME-Version: 1.0
$headers .= 'Content-type: text/html; charset=iso-8859-1
// Additional headers
$headers .= 'From: ABC <email@example.com>
$headers .= 'Cc: firstname.lastname@example.org
Try the above code, should work.
|Not receiving mail from php mail() function|
I think the problem is that you are using single quotes, that's because
when you use single quotes php does not interprets the escaping characters
". So just change them to double quotes.
More information here
|Can't send mail through php mail() function|
Your email did probably end up in the Spam folder.
To avoid this, you can use PHPMailer and provide your credentials (username
Tutorial on PHPMailer:
|What is the point of adding "IP domain.tld" to the ( /etc/hosts ) file if the server is not gonna be used as a mail server?|
/etc/hosts file is an alternative to DNS host name resolution. It has
nothing specifically to do with mail servers. But, to use a mail server it
has to be found on the network.
/etc/hosts is a local lookup file that computer uses as specified in
DNS is a network service provided for each domain. For example, BIND.
Domain zone files are configured and hosted on the domains primary DNS
You can configure domain searches in /etc/resolv.conf.