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BOOTBLOCK BOLD

Die Schrift BOOTBLOCK BOLD ist eine sehr kraftvolle Display-Schrift im Pixelstil der Commodore-Amiga-Ära mit den legendären Intros und Demos der zeitigen 1990er Jahre. Für Flyer, Plakate oder auch mal für Text auf einer Webseite mit kurzen Headlines eignet sich die BOOTBLOCK BOLD hervorragend.

BOOTBLOCK_BOLD.ttf (Mac & PC)

TYPO3 Mail Extension

TYPO3 extension

Direct Mail Return Mail Analysis

The sl_direct_mail_return extension does the same like the returnmail.phpsh script which is shipped with the direct_mail extension except it uses php imap functions to fetch returned mails from your pop3/imap mailbox. So no fetchmail installation/configuration is required on your server.

Configuration

Setup a mailbox and configure the direct_mail Module to use this mailbox as ReturnPath. See section „Configuring the analysis of returned mails” in the direct_mail manual for details. You now can use this extension to fetch returned mails from this mailbox without the use of fetchmail.

During installation of the extension you need to fill the required fields:

Type

is the type of your mailbox use IMAP, POP or IMAPS (IMAPS is not tested!). If you need special parameters you can pass your string directly to the imap_open() function. So you can e.g. use

{localhost:143}INBOX

to establish a (custom) imap connection.

Port

Inbox is the name of your Inbox usually “INBOX”.

Host is the host of your mail server.

Username and Password are used to open the connection.

Process mails per cycle define how many mails per run the script will process.

Setting up the cron job The script should configured as a cron task on the server.

In this example setting, the script will be invoked every 5 minutes and will check if any mails need to be processed:

*/5 * * * * /.../typo3conf/ext/sl_direct_mail_return/scripts/returnmail.phpsh > /dev/null

Note that the absolute path to the script must be specified.

Also note that returnmail.phpsh is a shell script and requires the availability of a PHP binary, „/usr/bin/php”. Depending on your server configuration, you may have to edit the first line of the script to refer to the location of the PHP binary.

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Flex Upload

Freeware

FlexUpload

FlexUpload is an Adobe® Flex™ Application providing a Flash® gui to upload multiple files via HTTP at once and show nice information about the upload progress. It can be integrated in every web-application which often needs to upload multiple files e.g. image galleries. FlexUpload is free software published under the terms of the GNU General Public License.

FlexUpload Documentation

FlexUpload_1.0_2007-06-23


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