For those who have a unix mailserver with procmail-based vacation scripts AND users who do not feel comfortable editing .procmailrc AND you do not use any webmail software (that comes with a vacation plugin) this might solve your problem.


This is Ruby on Rails app that uses SFTP to set up/edit/remove vacation messages to/from mailserver and is backed by (My)SQL database where users are authenticated from. Auth is done by RESTful authentication and the database should be compliant.

This app is localized to English and Estonian, but translation is easy and (extremely) short, so new languages can be added easily.

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iBrick 3G

Well.. not totally iBrick, but just God awfully slow, especially Messages and Settings apps. Googling showed that iPhone 3G pwners have had issues with slow app startup since 2.x times. Few of them blamed Cydia.app, others indicate that restoring a pwned 3.0 phone from 2.x backup is a way to troubles. I am leaning towards the latter.Read More »