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answered automount problems
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comment automount problems
@IconDaemon Thanks, I'll try this evening when I'm home: moving the file makes a remote login (ARD or SSH) impossible.
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comment automount problems
@IconDaemon Server dropdown is empty. The Directory Utility shows: AD (Forest automatic, and no domain), LDAP empty and NIS empty. As far as I know there are no directory servers that could be automatically discovered: it's a home network with private addresses.
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comment automount problems
@IconDaemon I have one single machine and never configured anything special. Where should I look?
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comment How can I see if an e-mail is signed in “Mail” (using an Exchange account)?
Still confirmed with 10.10.2 beta (Mail Version 8.2 (2064))
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comment How can I see if an e-mail is signed in “Mail” (using an Exchange account)?
@Buscar웃 Of course but how can you turn it on and off? The email is signed with an SSL certificate. What do you mean by "SSL turned on"?
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comment How can I see if an e-mail is signed in “Mail” (using an Exchange account)?
@Buscar웃 What does this have to do with SSL? It is not about the encryption between the client and the server, it is about the SSL signature of the email. You cannot turn it off or on. But BTW yes: I fetch the emails with SSL.
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comment How can I see if an e-mail is signed in “Mail” (using an Exchange account)?
First of all the behaviour is for all signed emails that I receive (and not only mine). But more important if there is a certificate and it is not matching, the client should give an error and not ignore it. This is the idea of certificates, warning if the sender is not who he claims to be.
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comment How can I see if an e-mail is signed in “Mail” (using an Exchange account)?
Still confirmed with Mail Version 8.1 (1993)
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