Joomla contact form not showing the correct reply-to address (seemingly).
Recently encountered a frustration where contact emails coming through our Joomla 2.5 website we showing our own email address as the reply-to address instead of the client's email address so we had to copy and paste their address into a forwarded email to reply to the client. Just clicking reply would reply to the email to ourselves.
Found out that it is not a Joomla problem but rather a logic misfire on Gmail's part, where it was seeing that we were sending the email to and from ourselves. We just changed the Joomla configuration for the sent-from field and it cured the misfire.
We found the solution here. Let us know if this helps you.
Using the Cisco VPN client with a Netcomm NB604n
A client recently changed internet service providers and since the change was unable to connect with the Cisco VPN Client from their computers. The are an accounting practices, using MYOB and the Cisco VPN Client to perform ELS lodgement of tax returns.
We suspected at first it might be the ISP blocking certain traffic but found it was the Netcomm NB604n modem/router that the ISP had provided. Before the Cisco VPN Client would work (and other VPN clients according to the documentation) you need to add some "port trigger" information.
A step by step document of the process can be downloaded from Netcomm here.
Top 3 ways to ensure you are safe from encryption ransom attacks.
In light recent Russian based hacker attacks on Australian businesses, there are three things that every business much do to ensure they can survive such an attack and not have to pay these low-lifes their ransom.
The trick to migrating data from Exchange to Gmail
More and more businesses, ourselves included, are saying farewell to Microsoft Exchange and switching to Google Apps For Business - Gmail.
Google make a tool for migrating your Exchange data to Google Apps, the Google Apps Migration For Microsoft Exchange, known romantically as GAMME.
Getting it to work is the real trick though. Google have left out one little thing...
Firefox and Gmail 'standard view' problem.
We recently found a problem with Firefox (and other versions) not being able to use Google Gmail in 'standard view'. Gmail was displaying in HTML mode and everytime you clicked on 'standard view' it would simply load again in HTML mode. A lot of Gmails advanced features were not available to us. Read on to see how we solved it.