A chronological documentation test project, nothing serious, really!


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This blog is more like a personal documentation experiment I, Hans-Henry Jakobsen, have made to store and make available hints, tips and other things I have found useful.

It works as a “reference library” of knowledge since it’s easy to search the content. I could might as well have used a wikisystem but this works for my needs and stores the info in a cronological order.
These pages are deliberately created without any ads and are not made for profit.

Pario is a latin word and can be translated to acquire, bear, beget, bring forth, create, give birth to or produce.

I am also available on Twitter, but the account @hanshenryj is mainly used as a newsfeed.

I delete users on a irregular basis because of massive bot account registrations.

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  1. |

    I like your website very much, you have useful tips and no adverts. Keep up!
    from Kenya

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  2. |

    Thanks for your effort to collect all these handy tips.
    I just found your page and it goes to my bookmarks to browse around from time to time.
    Cheers! Andreas

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  3. |

    Hi there i was reading your post

    was wondering this backup is incremental or differential?

    Thank you

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      Hi Albert,

      This was full backup on every run, not perfect but good enought to my needs at that time.
      This post is now 8 years old and I have stopped using Zimbra since it required too much memory and CPU.
      As of now my personal email system is running on Postfix, Dovecot, Rspamd and Roundcube webmail.

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