Zip and unzip using tar

In order to “zip” a directory, the correct command would be

tar -zcvf archive.tar.gz directory/ 

 

To decompress and unpack the archive into the current directory you would use

tar -zxvf archive.tar.gz

 

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Gmail SMTP server

G Suite SMTP relay (recommended) Gmail SMTP server Restricted Gmail SMTP server
Sending limits
A registered G Suite user can’t relay messages to more than 10,000 recipients per day. For full SMTP relay limits, see Sending limits for the SMTP relay service. 2,000 Messages per day. See Gmail sending limits. Per user receiving limits apply. This option restricts sending messages to Gmail or G Suite users only.
Anti-spam filters
Suspicious emails may be filtered or rejected.
Fully qualified domain name of SMTP service
smtp-relay.gmail.com smtp.gmail.com aspmx.l.google.com
Configuration options
  • Options: Port 25, 465, or 587
  • Secure Socket Layer (SSL)/Transport Layer Security (TLS) protocols.
  • One or more static IP addresses are required.
  • Port 465 (SSLrequired)
  • Port 587 (TLS required)
  • Dynamic IPs allowed
  • Port 25
  • TLS not required
  • Dynamic IPs allowed
  • Mail can only be sent to Gmail or G Suite users.
Authentication requirements
IP address provides authentication. Your full Gmail or G Suite email address is required for authentication. None

See also: https://support.google.com/a/answer/176600?hl=en

Get MIT-License

  1. Fork this repo

    https://github.com/remy/mit-license

  2. Create your license json file in users/ Ex. users/phakin.json with content like this

    {
    “copyright”: “Phakin Cheangkrachange”,
    “email”: “phakin.che@gmail.com”,
    “format”: “txt”
    }

    * Have to find a unique file name
    ** Check existing files for more template

  3. Commit & Push to master with message “Create phakin.json”
  4. Create pull request at the main remy‘s repo and wait for approve
  5. Check your license after approve at

    https://phakin.mit-license.org/