At the beginning of the year, Apple announced that they will discontinue most services included with macOS Server. Since then, we have started implementing a variety of solutions for some of our clients. Some were migrated to outsourced services, some to alternative in-house solutions. With the most recent macOS Server 5.6 update, Apple started hiding […]
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About Athanasios Alexandrides
Alex has been working in the IT arena for over 30 years. During his career he has held senior management positions within several IT companies. Among them globuDATA, Systrade, Wolf Computer (an Ascom company), Micronetics Consulting SA and IBM. In 1999, he quit corporate life to found Art & Pixels together with his wife. Art & Pixels specialised in the development and project management of web applications and covered a series of consultancy and instruction mandates for a broad range of clients.
Today he focuses on helping OS X Server administrators, IT project management and software development. While his passion are Apple related projects, he is at home on many platforms. He is fluent in German, English, French, Italian and thus, able to assist an international clientele.
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spamtrainer assists Mac OS X Server mail services administrators in updating and maintaining their SpamAssassin bayes database. spamtrainer will read the designated HAM and SPAM mailboxes, update the SpamAssassin databases and delete mail that has been learned from. It has an array of additional functions. Among them the possibility to backup/restore your bayes database and […]
Yes, starting with version 2.2.3, spamtrainer is compatible with OS X 10.13.x High Sierra and OS X Server 5.4.
Yes, starting with version 2.2.2, spamtrainer is compatible with OS X 10.12.x Sierra and OS X Server 5.3.
If you’ve been a long-time OS X Server user, especially from the days prior to OS X Server 5, then you’ll find that commands that used to work fine, suddenly produce unexpected output. For example: postconf -n may show you Postfix parameters which are completely different from what you would expect them to be. While: […]