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Feb
17
comment How Do I Fully Flush Cached Redirects From Safari?
There's definitely no redirect (the feature I'm trying to connect to doesn't support HTTPS at all, which is why enabling HSTS for the entire device was a terrible, terrible mistake); I can connect just fine from other user accounts and browsers, so there's something stored somewhere on my main account that is caching this :(
Feb
17
comment How Do I Fully Flush Cached Redirects From Safari?
Unfortunately the develop menu option doesn't seem to clear the redirect, neither does closing Safari and manually deleting ~/Library/Caches/com.apple.Safari so the redirect must be getting stored somewhere else. HSTS was the feature I accidentally enabled but I've already deleted ~/Library/Cookies/HSTS.plist.
Feb
15
asked How Do I Fully Flush Cached Redirects From Safari?
Feb
9
answered Mail Failing to Send SMTP Password
Feb
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revised Mail Failing to Send SMTP Password
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Feb
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asked Mail Failing to Send SMTP Password
Jan
23
comment Three identical SMTP server configurations, one succeeds, two fail in Mail
Ah, what I mean is that since the SMTP server doesn't restrict the address(es) that I can place in the From header, I can simply have all three accounts using the same set of SMTP server settings (e.g- those of domain1.tld). The problem is that I shouldn't have to do this, especially since I may wish to be restrictive in future, so each account should be able to use its own login credentials for SMTP.
Jan
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revised Three identical SMTP server configurations, one succeeds, two fail in Mail
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Jan
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asked Three identical SMTP server configurations, one succeeds, two fail in Mail
Jan
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asked Separate Tab-Stops for Portrait and Landscape Mode in iBooks Author
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comment Start/Stop Internet Sharing via Terminal in Yosemite without AppleScript
Can't thank you enough for this answer, been trying to find a scripted way to do this for ages; now I can finally have it switch off at night so my computer can sleep, and switch on again when I wake it.
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Jul
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asked What are the Stages to a Connection in Safari?
Jul
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asked Alternating Page Styles for “Left” and “Right” Pages?