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If you're using the perl module Mail::CheckUser and want to keep an updated list of wildcard MX'es rather than rely upon the outdated list that's hard-coded into the module, grab this file periodically. The file is updated daily and usage instructions are included right in the file.
Here's my collection of free software I've written. Some of it is licensed under the GPL, other of it is not. Please check the licenses of each before you assume rights you may or may not have. License terms of future versions might change; the license that applies to any copy you might have is that specified for that copy at the time you received it.
Some of this software is very old and some was coded under pressure, so it might not represent my best work. As time goes on, I'll be revisiting each of these titles and updating them as I feel is necessary. If you're using any of my free software titles, you might want to check back from time to time to discover any updates.
A collection of information that might be of use to web designers, webmasters, and others who have to work with internet technology that is still just a bit foreign to them:
Finally, some vocabulary tips: "web site" is always two words. "Hacker" is not a guy who breaks into your computer. The guy who breaks into your computer is a "cracker", like a safe cracker. The title hacker is reserved as an honor for those who write software that's elegant through and through, or who manage to do things in software that mere mortals cannot accomplish. You'll look like a dweeb if you use these terms incorrectly in knowledgable technical company, so don't. Now you know.
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