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About David1521

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  • Location
    Behind you
  • Gender


  • CPU
    i7 6800k @ 4.4ghz
  • Motherboard
    Asus Rampage V Edition 10
  • RAM
    64 GB 2400Mhz DDR4 Corsair Dominator Platinum
  • GPU
    RTX 2080Ti Zotac AMP
  • Case
    Corsair 780T
  • Storage
    512GB Samsung 950 Pro m.2 Nvme SSD, and Samsung 950 Pro 1TB SSD, 2TB Samsung 970 Evo m.2, 5 tb external HDD
  • PSU
    EVGA 850watt G2 psu
  • Display(s)
    Samsung Odyssey G70 32 inch 1440p 240HZ Monitor, LG 32MA68HY-P 32-Inch IPS Monitor, LG 43UD79-B 43" 16:9 4K IPS Monitor
  • Cooling
    Corsair H115i
  • Keyboard
    Razer Huntsman Mini, Razer Huntsman Elite
  • Mouse
    Logitech G502 Hero Wireless, Roccat Leadr
  • Sound
    Hifiman HE1000 V2, Schiit Gungnir Multibit, Schiit Mjolnir 2, Sennheiser HD 700, Klipsch The Sixes Powered Monitors and MartinLogan Dynamo 300 Stereo Subwoofer with Creative Sound Blaster E5 High-Resolution USB DAC to run them both at the same time. And an Amazon Echo linked at the same time to these speakers via bluetooth on the sound blaster.
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Pro
  • Laptop
    Asus Zenbook Pro Duo UX581G (i9 9980HK and RTX 2060)
  • Phone
    Samsung Note Ultra 5G 512GB Black

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  1. Thank you, so you're saying I shouldn't use something like hMail Server, Zimbra, or Apache James?
  2. I appreciate the recommendation of strato and outlook, however we already have the hardware we need for our own email server. Regardless of how cheap the monthly or yearly costs are, we'd still be saving thousands of dollars a year if we hosted our own email server. What security systems and certificates exactly will I need to prevent our emails from being tossed into people's spam folders?
  3. I asked and we're good on this point.
  4. I understand you'd recommend against this, however we'll be saving over 7k a year which is worth it to try and figure out how to get this working. We have a Synology NAS we plan on backing up everyone's emails to and putting it in raid 5 or 10 for redundancy, so hopefully that will be enough incase our server crashes. I've heard about emails being tossed in spam if you have your own email server. I was worried about that. What security systems and certificates exactly will I need to prevent our emails from being tossed into people's spam folders? Thank you on the advice
  5. I set up windows on a rackmount form factor pc. I'm the IT administrator at my work and my boss is wanting to save some money on GoDaddy email subscriptions by having our own email server. I've narrowed it down to hMail Server, Zimbra, and Apache James. We want the functionality to be able to view employee's emails, for instance if someone is in contact with one of our competitors talking about confidential information. We have just under 90 emails currently with GoDaddy and are wanting a way to migrate them all over to our own email server whether it be hMail Server, Zimbra, or Ap
  6. I tried to use it using foxfi with pdanet+ and it didn't work saying "Fail to activate hotspot: Fail to start, please verify your phone contains Hotspot feature."
  7. I don't use more than the 1.2 TB data cap for my home internet, but I may switch to Metro by Tmobile or Mint for cellular now. I got the 5G icon with regular Tmobile unlimited service but I don't think it was real 5G speeds. I'd love to be on regular Tmobile but it was 85 a month vs xfinity mobile's 45 a month with 10 dollar discount to make it effectively 35.
  8. Background: So I switched from T-Mobile paying 85 a month for unlimited to Xfinity mobile for 45 a month since I have internet with them I get 10 dollars of my internet bill if I have cellular service with them too which is why I switched. However, not only am I not seeing the 5G icon like I was with T-Mobile and getting around 80mbps down where I live and work on 4g LTE instead of the 120 to 160 I was getting with the 5G icon on T-Mobile but also the representative said my hotspot speeds would be at 4G, 4G LTE, or 5G speeds whichever my phone currently has it would pass to my mobi
  9. Ok, I trusted you and pushed down a little more on both ends and it clicked in, thank you!
  10. I really don't think it fits, it's not going down and is making a sandy grindy noise when I try to push it down and I don't want to push it down any further because I'm afraid I might break it.
  11. So I ordered a "AsRock Rack 1U4LW-X470 1U Rackmount Server Barebone AMD AM4 Ryzen & Ryzen 7nm PGA1331 X470 4 x 3.5" HDD 400W PSU" server from newegg, and Timetec DDR4 16G 2400mghz CL17 1.2V ECC ram from amazon and when trying to install it, it won't sit all the way down in the slot. Is this ram not compatible? If so what ram do I need to get for the server's motherboard?
  12. Because I can afford it and I want mo' power baby. Would get a 5950x if it was in stock and didn't have less framerate in some games than a 5900x. And 5900x can be overclocked more than a 5600x I believe.
  13. I paid 550 plus tax, so yes, full price, but I won't be charged until it ships and I can cancel it anytime before then so I'll just wait until I if I can find it somewhere else sooner then I'll cancel my B&H order once it arrives from wherever I've potentially found it. I'm upgrading from a i7 6800k to a ryzen 5900x because of framerate dips to 80 in apex and fortnite when I want a consistent 240fps.
  14. I mean is it in my best interest to keep my place in line though? I cannot find them in stock anywhere else.
  15. Update: I gave them a call and they said that they don't know how much they'll get in each shipment and they get shipments every 2 weeks from AMD so it is possible that they may ship more in later shipments.