Monthly Archives: November 2015


mnIMAPSync Process
Yet another IMAP syncing tool Two years ago when I first released mnIMAPSync, there were several mail syncing tools available. The problem with most of them was that when performing incremental E-Mail backups or migrations, some of the e-mails, mostly the ones that didn’t conform the RFC, were being duplicated in the mirror server. This was due to invalid headers and invalid or non-existent message-id. With no tool available in hand, I had to code one myself that did the job correctly. The main differences with mnIMAPSync and the other tools available is that mnIMAPSync checks several headers for each message and […]

Incremental E-Mail backup and migration using mnIMAPSync


Apache Tomcat - Apache HTTPd - mod_proxy front-end
Apache Tomcat and the World Wide Web Usually when running an application server, such as Apache Tomcat, you bind a connector directly on port 80. This way users visiting your web application will be able to navigate through your server just by calling your domain instead of calling your domain and special port (http://yourdomain.com:8080). If there is no option to bind a Tomcat connector on port 80 (some systems ban this functionality for security purposes), there are other ways to achieve this behavior such as setting a redirect on port 80 to port 8080 (Tomcat’s default, or any other) using IPTables or any other port […]

Running Apache Tomcat and Apache HTTPD on port 80 simultaneously