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Make your photo album online, everything is a freaking DNS problem

In 2006 (note, we are approaching 2008) my parents and I made trip to the Philippines. I never got round to print the pictures we took. Recently friends of mine went on their honeymoon. The printed their pictures at FNAC directly into a photo album. I liked the result and gave it a try.

Downside was that you needed Windows for the application. I many times hear to be more pragmatic, so I looked at the VirtualBox software in Ubuntu. VirtualBox is like VMWare and in no time I got a virtual pc with XP. After two evenings I got my album finished. But I still had to upload it. I did this at work because it was rather big (150M) and we have a good connection (this is an university network). After some time I looked at my virtual pc and saw that the program was closed!

So did the upload finish? Did the program crash? I don't know.

I went to the site of FNAC to get some contact information. I emailed to Today I received the bounce:

his is the Postfix program at host

I'm sorry to have to inform you that your message could not
be delivered to one or more recipients. It's attached below.

For further assistance, please send mail to

If you do so, please include this problem report. You can
delete your own text from the attached returned message.

The Postfix program

: unable to find primary relay for

** server can't find NXDOMAIN
How can you provide support if your email system is not working??


I wonder where you got the subject line ... :)

I am really so much lucky for making your photo album in online. In that album everything had freaking dns problem. So they can use the blog shared instructions and content writing tips, and thanks for all your instructions.

If you want to prevent others from connecting to your network you have to protect it with a password.
It is recommended to select WPA2 encryption and add a strong password consisted of uppercase and lowercase letters, numbers and special characters. You can easily do this once you log into the router settings. Just go to Wireless Settings or Wireless Security and make the necessary changes.

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