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You want to send files but you are facing a problem due to their large size? It has the solution. For this purpose, we have a tool known as zip, which is used to compress all the files and store them in a single folder. Now you can send the compressed zip folder containing all the files easily to anyone. But there is a folder having 100 files and you have to forward this folder excluding some specific files. Now instead of going to the folder and searching the specific files, we can exclude them by using some commands. In…

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Tar Command: tar czf backup.tar.gz –exclude “wp-content/cache” public_html Above command will archive all files and directories under public_html directory except wp-content/cache directory and create a archive file named backup.tar.gz. Examples Exclude a single directory inside other directory. Create archive of all files under public_html directory ignoring all files and folders including text backup in there named tar czf backup.tar.gz –exclude “wp-content/uploads” public_html You can define multiple exclude in single command. For example create and archive of all files under public_html directory ignoring .svn or .git files and directories. tar czf backup.tar.gz –exclude “.svn” –exclude “.git” public_html To exclude a specific…

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IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol) is a protocol used for downloading emails from remote server to local system or devices. IMAP shares many similar features with POP3 and includes many more features than POP3, If you are Gmail user and want to sync your emails with local mail client ( eg Microsoft Outlook, Thunderbird), You need to enter Gmail IMAP settings in your client configuration. Gmail IMAP Settings are: Gmail IMAP Server: imap.gmail.com Gmail IMAP user: [email protected] (Your Gmail Address) Gmail IMAP password: Your Gmail password / App Password Gmail IMAP port: 993 TLS/SSL Required: yes Enabling IMAP in Gmail:…

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POP (Post Office Protocol) is a protocol used for downloading emails from remote server to local system or devices. If you are Gmail user and want to sync your emails with local mail client ( eg Microsoft Outlook, Thunderbird), You need to enter Gmail POP settings in your client configuration. Gmail POP3 Settings are: Gmail POP Server: pop.gmail.com Gmail POP user: [email protected] (Your Gmail Address) Gmail POP password: Your Gmail password / App Password Gmail POP port: 995 TLS/SSL Required: yes Enabling POP in Gmail: To access Gmail messages though pop, you must need to enable it first in your…

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The SMTP details are required to send emails through Google’s SMTP servers. Anyone can use Gmail SMTP servers for sending emails through the application or system services or command-line tools. In order to use Gmail as your STMP server, you must have an active Gmail account. To create a free account visit the Gmail accounts page. Once you have an active Gmail account, use the following SMTP details for sending emails via the Google SMTP servers. GMail SMTP Settings are: SMTP username: Your Gmail address SMTP password: Your Gmail password SMTP server address: smtp.gmail.com:587 GMail SMTP port (TLS): 587 GMail…

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