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For this article, I selected a sector that has not been covered by authors and could hardly be found in books for Operations Management. I find this topic’s importance and significance to the global economy, and the Western, in particular, very high.
The SME Server (formerly E-Smith) normally rejects attempt to send mail outside of its own domain if you are connecting from somewhere other than the local lan. This is correct behaviour; otherwise anyone could use your server as a mail relay and you’d become an inadvertent spammer rather quickly.
The Mitel Networks SME Server (formerly E-Smith)is a friendly web server and e-mail gateway. The original E-Smith is now called Mitel SME Server V5. There is also a hardware/software bundle referred to as the Mitel 6000 Managed Application Server. Here we cover forwarding email to another mail account and mailing lists.
Packet filtering is something I’ve always hard a hard time getting my head around. Not the basics; that’s easy
enough. It’s just the incredible level of detail, the difficulty of keeping it all in your head at once.
And then, of course, there are all the different flavors: ipfw, ipfilters, ipchains, and now iptables. It gets more
than a little confusing, and I’ve never taken the time for more than a cursory look at any of them.