The hmailserver mail server developed by Martin Knife is completely free and works with the Windows operating system platform. The server is equipped with tools such as backup, administration, it also supports email protocols such as POP3, IMAP, SMTP. All messages arriving by mail are stored in the MIME format on the hard disk, and indexes and settings in databases such as MySQL, MSSQL and others. This mail server is equipped with the most necessary and common functions that are supported by most other similar resources. The most common ones include mailing lists, multimedia, aliases, and others. In order for the mail service to work with maximum performance and provide comfort in working with mail, it must be correctly configured. It is also possible to use various clients to work with hmailserver, which must also be configured correctly. Continue reading
Many people prefer to save important information (photographs, work files and other documents) on DVDs. As such, they do not have an expiration date, but, nevertheless, due to any mechanical damage, they fail. The reasons may be the most commonplace:
scratching physical deterioration; low quality of the material from which the disk was made.
Reading and copying information in such cases is impossible, but there are ways and programs to help deal with this problem.
Two main types of possible problems should be distinguished: logical malfunctions and surface damage, as a Continue reading
RAM is a random access memory which is in each computer, and is an irreplaceable component. The RAM is fast enough, it exchanges data. RAM is a volatile memory in which, after turning off the PC, the data is erased, because there is no longer a power source needed to store information. RAM is a kind of temporary storage, which constantly receives streams of incoming information, which is processed by the PC processor. A special system bus is used to communicate the processor and other devices with RAM. The memory itself has direct random access. It does not matter where the information is located, the speed of access to it will always be the same. Continue reading