I would go with 'sher' as the last syllable.
Fight to the death!
I bet you say bath and not bath as well
Status: Found some bad design in Exchange Server's handling of mailboxes. If you restore a mailbox and then delete the contents it sends a Not Read message for every item that a Read Request was originally requested on. For this user it looks like a significant number of the 20GB of messages were like this.
My mailserver is currently not responding as it tries to send tens of thousands of Not Read reports
I am currently working on a new product and we want to use a self hosted discussion forum. Should be easy? Just use one of the 324502502935 available ones which doesn't suck edit your docker-compose file to include the forum and do some work on the frontend?
No, not for us - it needs to be windows, should run in IIS and booo docker is evil.
Argh! I spend the whole day trying to monkey patch something to be usable and get it to run in iis. Which is especially nice because the used FastCgi module basically just says "does not work" and thats your whole error.
Is the person you report to deeply technical? If not just spin up a VM and say the forum is an 'appliance' running on its own machine. They don't need to know what's going on under the hood.
You could even use Hyper-V, CentOS runs really happily on that. Then it's on Windows
@Cursorkeys I guess it varies company to company, but in my experience, those made redundant are put on 'gardening leave'. After all, they're not going to be focussed on a job they know is almost over, so why force them to come into the office? Their time would be better spent finding a new job.
That seems to be what happens if a company is still legally trading and they want to restructure to save it.
If the administrators are in and you get deemed 'critical personnel' you stay on right to the point where you're helping load assets onto vans. The best thing to do is quit if that happens, you won't get anything anyway and will save some sanity.
Ever thought about doing it somewhere other than on a mattress?
It always seems like a good idea, then you have rug burns or someone has kicked the kitchen cabinet handle off...
In fact they prefer to land a pile of corpses to cushion their fall.
After having been made redundant and staying on to the bitter end (I really liked the company) that is exactly how it goes. Statutory redundancy payments are nearly worthless, you work for free for most of the end and it's as depressing as hell.
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