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More in the "Now I *did* not know that" series - Using domain names in Snder Colors in Lotus Notes
   

One of my IBM colleagues pointed this out on our internal w3C IBM Connections environment today.

Whilst I've known that I can allocate Sender Colors (sic) to individual email addresses e.g. the boss always appears in RED, the First Lady always appears in pink etc., I had not realised that I could specify an entire DNS domain suffix e.g. ibm.com, apple.com etc. to appear in a particular colour: -



Nice one, Gene, thanks for sharing :-)


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IBM HTTP Server - Rewriting HTTP (port 80) requests to HTTPS (port 443)
Tue, Jul 22nd 2014 8:25a   Dave Hay
Rewriting HTTP (port 80) requests to HTTPS (port 443) The rewrite module (mod_rewrite.c) provided with the IBM® HTTP Server can be used as an effective way to automatically rewrite all HTTP requests to HTTPS. The rewrite module (mod_rewrite.c) can be used to automatically rewrite all HTTP (port 80) requests to HTTPS (port 443). This provides an effective way to ensure that all traffic to and from the IBM HTTP Server is encrypted over the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) without having to use individ [read] Keywords: ibm server
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Knowledge Collection: Security documents for the IBM Business Process Manager products
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Mac OS X - Applications and File Types - Changing the system-wide default
Thu, Jul 17th 2014 4:05a   Dave Hay
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Guide to properly setting up SSL within the IBM HTTP Server
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