Send group SMS with a dynamic list of contacts

I want to be able to send an SMS from my android to a group of people.

This list of people needs to be dynamic that is updated automatically. I have set up such that google Contacts labels/groups are being updated automatically, so ideally i want to send SMS to a google contacts group.

But the SMS app won’t let me send to a google contacts group in Android. Any ideas? help?

thanks

Laravel 5.5 Send Mail with Sendmail driver CentOS

I’m trying to send emails with sendmail driver but it isn’t working and I got no errors.

My .env file:

MAIL_DRIVER=sendmail MAIL_HOST= MAIL_PORT=587 MAIL_USERNAME=null MAIL_PASSWORD=null MAIL_ENCRYPTION=null 

My mail.php file:

<?php  return [      /*     |--------------------------------------------------------------------------     | Mail Driver     |--------------------------------------------------------------------------     |     | Laravel supports both SMTP and PHP's "mail" function as drivers for the     | sending of e-mail. You may specify which one you're using throughout     | your application here. By default, Laravel is setup for SMTP mail.     |     | Supported: "smtp", "sendmail", "mailgun", "mandrill", "ses",     |            "sparkpost", "log", "array"     |     */      'driver' => env('MAIL_DRIVER', 'sendmail'),      /*     |--------------------------------------------------------------------------     | SMTP Host Address     |--------------------------------------------------------------------------     |     | Here you may provide the host address of the SMTP server used by your     | applications. A default option is provided that is compatible with     | the Mailgun mail service which will provide reliable deliveries.     |     */      'host' => env('MAIL_HOST', ''),      /*     |--------------------------------------------------------------------------     | SMTP Host Port     |--------------------------------------------------------------------------     |     | This is the SMTP port used by your application to deliver e-mails to     | users of the application. Like the host we have set this value to     | stay compatible with the Mailgun e-mail application by default.     |     */      'port' => env('MAIL_PORT', 587),      /*     |--------------------------------------------------------------------------     | Global "From" Address     |--------------------------------------------------------------------------     |     | You may wish for all e-mails sent by your application to be sent from     | the same address. Here, you may specify a name and address that is     | used globally for all e-mails that are sent by your application.     |     */      'from' => [         'address' => env('MAIL_FROM_ADDRESS', 'no-reply@inspvirtual.mx'),         'name' => env('MAIL_FROM_NAME', 'INSP Virtual'),     ],      /*     |--------------------------------------------------------------------------     | E-Mail Encryption Protocol     |--------------------------------------------------------------------------     |     | Here you may specify the encryption protocol that should be used when     | the application send e-mail messages. A sensible default using the     | transport layer security protocol should provide great security.     |     */      'encryption' => env('MAIL_ENCRYPTION', 'tls'),      /*     |--------------------------------------------------------------------------     | SMTP Server Username     |--------------------------------------------------------------------------     |     | If your SMTP server requires a username for authentication, you should     | set it here. This will get used to authenticate with your server on     | connection. You may also set the "password" value below this one.     |     */      'username' => env('MAIL_USERNAME', null),      'password' => env('MAIL_PASSWORD', null),      /*     |--------------------------------------------------------------------------     | Sendmail System Path     |--------------------------------------------------------------------------     |     | When using the "sendmail" driver to send e-mails, we will need to know     | the path to where Sendmail lives on this server. A default path has     | been provided here, which will work well on most of your systems.     |     */      'sendmail' => '/usr/sbin/sendmail -bs',      /*     |--------------------------------------------------------------------------     | Markdown Mail Settings     |--------------------------------------------------------------------------     |     | If you are using Markdown based email rendering, you may configure your     | theme and component paths here, allowing you to customize the design     | of the emails. Or, you may simply stick with the Laravel defaults!     |     */      'markdown' => [         'theme' => 'default',          'paths' => [             resource_path('views/vendor/mail'),         ],     ],  ]; 

Since I got no errors, even in laravel.log file I don’t know even where to start checking, I have checked for the correct sendmail path though, and it was correct, what am I missing?

I also read that you have to change some things in /etc/hosts I changed it a bit adding “inspvirtual.mx”, but I’m not quite sure if this is correct:

127.0.0.1   inspvirtual.mx 127.0.0.1   localhost localhost.localdomain localhost4 localhost4.localdomain4 ::1         localhost localhost.localdomain localhost6 localhost6.localdomain6 

The maillog prints out this after I try to send an email:

May 26 14:12:35 inspvirtual sendmail[3130]: x4Q9BDjB010067: to=<aaron@juicyboom.com>, delay=09:01:22, xdelay=00:00:00, mailer=esmtp, pri=1020554, relay=mail.juicyboom.com., dsn=4.0.0, stat=Deferred: Connection timed out with mail.juicyboom.com. May 26 14:12:35 inspvirtual sendmail[3130]: x4Q9BWIJ010111: to=<aaron@juicyboom.com>, delay=09:01:03, xdelay=00:00:00, mailer=esmtp, pri=1020554, relay=mail.juicyboom.com., dsn=4.0.0, stat=Deferred: Connection timed out with mail.juicyboom.com. May 26 14:12:35 inspvirtual sendmail[3130]: x4Q9CdaV010235: to=<aaron@juicyboom.com>, delay=08:59:56, xdelay=00:00:00, mailer=esmtp, pri=1020554, relay=mail.juicyboom.com., dsn=4.0.0, stat=Deferred: Connection timed out with mail.juicyboom.com. May 26 14:12:35 inspvirtual sendmail[3130]: x4Q9Nnob011458: to=<aaron@juicyboom.com>, delay=08:48:46, xdelay=00:00:00, mailer=esmtp, pri=1020554, relay=mail.juicyboom.com., dsn=4.0.0, stat=Deferred: Connection timed out with mail.juicyboom.com. May 26 14:12:35 inspvirtual sendmail[3130]: x4Q8pH0A007887: to=<aaron.070194@gmail.com>, delay=09:21:18, xdelay=00:00:00, mailer=esmtp, pri=1020560, relay=alt4.gmail-smtp-in.l.google.com., dsn=4.0.0, stat=Deferred: Connection timed out with alt4.gmail-smtp-in.l.google.com. May 26 14:12:35 inspvirtual sendmail[3130]: x4Q8rkK3008160: to=<aaron.070194@gmail.com>, delay=09:18:49, xdelay=00:00:00, mailer=esmtp, pri=1020560, relay=alt4.gmail-smtp-in.l.google.com., dsn=4.0.0, stat=Deferred: Connection timed out with alt4.gmail-smtp-in.l.google.com. May 26 14:12:35 inspvirtual sendmail[3130]: x4Q8TUXJ005341: to=<aaron.070194@gmail.com>, delay=09:43:05, xdelay=00:00:00, mailer=esmtp, pri=1110560, relay=alt4.gmail-smtp-in.l.google.com., dsn=4.0.0, stat=Deferred: Connection timed out with alt4.gmail-smtp-in.l.google.com. May 26 14:12:35 inspvirtual sendmail[3130]: x4Q8Wnpn005708: to=<aaron.070194@gmail.com>, delay=09:39:46, xdelay=00:00:00, mailer=esmtp, pri=1110560, relay=alt4.gmail-smtp-in.l.google.com., dsn=4.0.0, stat=Deferred: Connection timed out with alt4.gmail-smtp-in.l.google.com. May 26 14:12:35 inspvirtual sendmail[3130]: x4Q8bZaD006249: to=<aaron.070194@gmail.com>, delay=09:35:00, xdelay=00:00:00, mailer=esmtp, pri=1110560, relay=alt4.gmail-smtp-in.l.google.com., dsn=4.0.0, stat=Deferred: Connection timed out with alt4.gmail-smtp-in.l.google.com. May 26 14:12:35 inspvirtual sendmail[3130]: x4Q8fPQg006712: to=<aaron.070194@gmail.com>, delay=09:31:10, xdelay=00:00:00, mailer=esmtp, pri=1110560, relay=alt4.gmail-smtp-in.l.google.com., dsn=4.0.0, stat=Deferred: Connection timed out with alt4.gmail-smtp-in.l.google.com. 

It’s important to say that I configure manually all of the necessary stuff on this server in order to work since this is a dedicated server, like the DNS for example.

I have also changed the /etc/mail/sendmail.mc file, in this line:

LOCAL_DOMAIN(`inspvirtual.mx')dnl 

I have also run hostname to check if the hostname is correct and it prints out the correct one: inspvirtual.mx

I’m very new in configuring from 0 a server manually so I’m a little bit lost here…

send pictures from macbook to iphone over usb command [on hold]

from terminal how can i send a picture to an iPhone attached by USB?

my macbook screen is broken

I want to connect to wifi from my macbook though, and share the wifi to my phone (phone can’t connect)

i can type into terminal and have been running commands, pbcopying output and pasting on my phone (this works apparently even though wifi is off)

but i need to navigate a wifi gui and that’s hard without seeing what i’m doing

my plan was to take screenshots and send them to my phone

Enviar confirmação de mensagem ao SEND UDP

Boa tarde, tenho o código para UDPListen, que faz com que o PC1 envie uma mensagem até ao PC3 através de um interlocutor(PC2) , contudo, depois da mensagem chegar ao PC3, este tem de enviar ao PC1 a confirmar que recebeu a mensagem, contudo não estou a perceber como fazer essa parte. Aqui está o código do UDPListen

#include <stdio.h> #include <stdlib.h> #include <sys/types.h> #include <sys/socket.h> #include <netinet/in.h> #include <string.h> /*  Aguarda por datagramas UDP no porto especificado  Digitar <Ctl><c> para abandonar  */ #define exit_on_error(s,m) if (s < 0) { perror(m); exit(1); } #define MAX_BUFFER 512  int main(int argc, char* argv[]){  int sockfd, size_addr;  struct sockaddr_in remote_addr;  struct sockaddr_in local_addr;  char ip_s[INET_ADDRSTRLEN]; //IP em dotted decimal notation  int bytes,r,v=1;  char buf[MAX_BUFFER];   //verifica argumentos  if (argc != 2) {   printf("USAGE: %s <porto>\n",argv[0]);   exit(1);}    for(i=0; i < strlen(agrv[1]); i++) //IP argv[1]   {    if(!isdigit(argv[1][i])) //IP argv[1]    {        printf("<porto> -> Apenas numeros inteiros!\n\n\n");        exit(1);    }   }   //cria socket UDP  sockfd = socket(AF_INET,SOCK_DGRAM,0);  exit_on_error(sockfd,"Error:socket()");  //permite broadcast  r=setsockopt(sockfd, SOL_SOCKET, SO_BROADCAST, &v, sizeof(v));  exit_on_error(r,"Error:setsockopt()");   //regista (associa) socket localmente (IP+porto)  //necessarias permissões de root  bzero((char *)&local_addr, sizeof(local_addr));//Coloca a zero toda a estrutura  local_addr.sin_family = AF_INET;  local_addr.sin_addr.s_addr = htonl(INADDR_ANY); //IP Local  local_addr.sin_port = htons(atoi(argv[1])); //Porto  r=bind(sockfd, (struct sockaddr *)&local_addr, sizeof(local_addr));  exit_on_error(r,"Error:bind()");   //limpa var remote_addr  bzero((char *)&remote_addr, sizeof(remote_addr));   // aguarda por datagrama UDP  while (1){   printf("Aguarda UDP no porto %d\n",atoi(argv[1]));    size_addr=sizeof(remote_addr);   bytes = recvfrom(sockfd, buf, MAX_BUFFER-1, 0, (struct sockaddr *)&remote_addr, &size_addr);   // escreve origem e dados recebidos   inet_ntop(AF_INET,&(remote_addr.sin_addr),ip_s, sizeof ip_s);   printf("Recebido de: %s\n",ip_s);   printf("Porto: %d\n",ntohs(remote_addr.sin_port));   printf("Bytes lidos: %d\n", bytes);   buf[bytes]=0; //Null terminated string   printf("Dados: %s\n", buf);  }  //fecha socket  close(sockfd); } 

Também tenho o UDPSend e o UDPbw se for necessário colocar aqui. Alguém me pode ajudar?

Is it recommended to send an authentication request to the Resource Owner (by the Authorization Server) if it already has an active session?

In OAuth 2.0 Authorization Code Flow (Grant Type), is it recommended (or is it maybe even a best practice) to send an authentication request (e.g. a login-request form) to the Resource Owner (by the Authorization Server), even if the Resource Owner has already an active session on the Authorization Server, when obtaining an Authorization Code for the first time for a certain Client?

In other words, is it recommended to kill/destroy a currently active session first, if there’s one? Or is it not important at all?

Facebook – If I send a message request to someone who is not my friend, do they always get notified?

I have searched online for an answer to this question, however, the answers seem to be quite ambiguous.

Basically, if I message request someone who is not my friend on Facebook (but who is friends with some of my friends) will they be notified that I have messaged them?

It seems that Facebook has 2 folders, the main “inbox” and another folder where message requests get deposited, some of which are filtered into a memory hole, never to be seen again (if the Facebook algorithm suspects it is spam) and another “quiet” inbox where message requests that Facebook suspects the recipient might want to read are deposited. However, it is unclear whether the recipient gets any kind of notification, alert or (1) appears on the tab by this folder.

Can anyone confirm their experiences of whether they have been alerted to message requests on Facebook from people who are not their friends?

Thank you.

How can I send long messages over long distances?

For communicating short messages (of 25 words or less) over long distances, we have the Sending spell. However, if I wanted to communicate, say, the contents of a 1-page letter (i.e. long enough that simply casting Sending multiple times isn’t good enough) to someone far away (on the same plane, probably on the same continent, but many weeks away by land travel), is there a spell or other magic that can accomplish this? A solution might involve physically teleporting the letter itself, or simply conveying the message via some other means. Although sending the letter as a physical object would probably be preferable, unless you’re expecting the recipient to be constantly prepared to take dictation at any time.

It can be assumed that the intended recipient is living in a city and not traveling around much, so for example a spell that sent the message to their place of residence rather than directly to them would be fine, as long as the message isn’t so ephemeral that it appears and then disappears before they get home from their grocery shopping. It would also be acceptable if some reasonable amount of setup was required to create a “receiving station”. I, on the other hand, am a busy adventurer constantly on the move, so an elaborate or non-portable setup on the sending end is probably not viable.

One obvious method of accomplishing this task is to use a 7th level spell slot to teleport to the recipient and deliver the message in person. So that puts a sort of upper limit on what should be required: a better method should be more efficient than teleporting there yourself.

Since this is pretty open-ended, you can impose reasonable additional constraints in your answer, such as requiring the recipient to also be a spellcaster. Just be clear about what your solution requires.

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Send Data to frontend(Angular) when changes are detected in Database(MongoDb)

I’m developing a MEAN.js APP So as far as i know MongoDB is not a realtime database but using change Stream and watch we can detect changes in database

So what i managed to do is to detect when changes happen in database like so :

    app.get("/getLogs", (req, res) => {   const { db } = req.app.locals;   const changeStream = db.collection("Logs").watch();   changeStream.on("change", function(change) {     db.collection("Logs")       .find()       .toArray(function(err, results) {         logs = results;         // send Data to frontend       });   }); 

the problem is how to send the data from express to angular and how could angular stay on Listen to changes .

I ve tried to send Data to front with res.send() but it won’t work because i ll be getting the error "Cannot set headers after they are sent to the client"

Any idea on how to do this ?

Scan database or direct send notification

I’m developing a mobile application, and I want to push notification to each device, I am confused between the two options:

  1. Write data to DB (SQL server) and create a service schedule scan for a new notification, send and mark its, and repeat.
  2. Create an API and call it every time need to send a notification.

So what way better, or can u tell me the best way. Thank you.