John R. McPherson
Tue Apr 27 08:01:02 NZST 2004
On Mon, Apr 26, 2004 at 11:52:08PM +1200, DrWho? wrote:
> At 22:33 26/04/2004, you wrote:
> >* DrWho? <x_files_@i...> [2004-04-26 12:19]:
> >> At 17:27 26/04/2004, you wrote:
> >Who is "you"? Can you configure your mailer for proper
> >attribution, please?
> Not sure what you mean?
He means that your mailer starts messages with "... YOU wrote", even
when it is sending to a mailing list.
> The idea is to save the DSL cap from being blown by un-needed offshore
All incoming packets will count against your data cap, regardless of
whether or not your machine accepts them.
If you want an apache-only solution, you can do
order deny, allow
deny from all
allow from .nz
in a <Location> block, but that will mean that people in NZ whose dns
returns anything other than .nz won't be able to get to it. Likewise
machines with a .nz might actually be located overseas.
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