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The <filename>/etc/nsswitch.conf</filename> file then needs to be modified, so as to configure NSS to use the freshly-installed <command>ldap</command> module. You can use the example provided in <filename>/usr/share/doc/libnss-ldap/examples/nsswitch.ldap</filename> or edit your existing configuration.
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TIn case of a package update (from the old stable Debian version) or if the SMB server has already been configured to use a WINS server (<literal>wins server</literal>), the package also proposes identifying the WINS server from the information provided by the DHCP daemon. The Falcot Corp administrators rejected this option, since they intend to use the Samba server itself as the WINS server.
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<primary>Note that <emphasis role="pkg">spamass-milterassin</emphasis></primary> contains a plugin to check the SPF record.
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The last twofour rules reject any message coming from a server listed in one of the indicated blacklists. RBL<acronym>RBL</acronym> is an acronym for <emphasis>Remote Black List</emphasis>; there are several such lists, but they all list, and <acronym>RHSBL</acronym> stands for <emphasis>Right-Hand Side Black List</emphasis>. The difference is that the former lists IP addresses, whereas the latter lists domain names. There are several such services. They list domains and IP addresses with poor reputation, badly configured servers that spammers use to relay their emails, as well as unexpected mail relays such as machines infected with worms or viruses.
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<primary>NFSApache</primary><secondary>c<lientteral>Allow from</literal></secondary>
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Total 932 17,637 155,914
Translated 59% 553 10,361 82,153
Needs editing 32% 301 4,501 50,774
Failing checks 38% 359 5,452 59,633

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