More OS X Leopard Tips & Tricks

I collected some more Tips & Tricks to tweak OS X Leopard (also see my previous article). In my eyes, these modifications are all 100% necessary for a great daily Mac experience. I was a Windows guy and I’m running Debian/Ubuntu Linux for the last 7 years for server purposes. But now, for daily work I really start to get used to my MacBook Pro running OS X Leopard 10.5.6. I still hate Apple for lately focusing on its schicky-micky customers with all their shiny glossy expensive housewife gadgets. But I love OS X. It just needs some tiny little tweaks…

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Extensive sendmail wrapper with sender throttling

In this tutorial I’d like to describe how to create an extensive sendmail wrapper for a web server to monitor all sent emails and throttle daily sent email volume by the senders original UID (user id). This is useful if you e.g. run PHP in CGI-mode with SuExec, that is: all customers run their scripts under their own UID. The wrapper described here is not just a PHP-only wrapper (as described in my Simple PHP mail wrapper tutorial) – it directly replaces /usr/sbin/sendmail so we are able track all sent email of the whole system.

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Simple PHP mail wrapper

If you run a webserver with several hundreds of virtual hosts running PHP, you definitely need to monitor or log the access to PHP’s mail() function. I describe in a short tutorial how to painlessly setup a simple sendmail wrapper to accomplish this.
This has been tested on a Debian Lenny 5.0 system running PHP 5.2.8 and Postfix.

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