You can use Postfix:
free and open source
support plus-addressing: in your /etc/postfix/main.cfg file, add the line recipient_delimiter = +. More generally, it supports sub-addressing (term used by the RFC 5233) aka. address tags, i.e. you can change the + with another character.
You could give Shicks! a go:
Free Gratis & Open Source
Fully RFC-compliant POP3/SMTP server for small network
Web based administration / remote access
Includes spam detection: Keyword detection, DNSBL (DNS-based blacklists for spammers), regular expression filtering.
Runs on Linux and Windows.
You could try TaskSchedulerView - it has a lot of columns and info, all available to be exported as XML/TXT/CSV
TaskSchedulerView is a simple tool for Windows Vista/7/8/10 that displays in a single table the list of all tasks from the Task Scheduler of Windows. It also allows you to easily disable/enable mutiple tasks at once. For every task, the ...
4.0.6 was released and is available on Windows now. So Seafile should completely fulfill your requirements.
4.0.1 was officially released a day after I answered this (now up to 4.0.4). I've been running it with HTTP/HTTPS sync ever since and it's worked great. The only problem is that it does not seem to have been released for Windows (server ...
The terms you are looking for are called Continuous Integration and Continuous Deployment.
Continuous Integration (CI) can be as simple as an automated build server, with Continuous Deployment (CD) responsible for taking the build artifacts and publishing them in a repeatable way.
Where I work we use Azure DevOps or TeamCity as or CI tool chain, but there ...
You could setup a secure FTPS server using IIS on Windows Server 2012.
As you can see on this response https://serverfault.com/questions/648855/is-iis-sftp-natively-supported-by-windows-server-2012-r2 SFTP is not supported by default on Windows Server OS, ...
Xamp, Wampserver and Bitnami Wamp Stack are for development. They are a "easy install" soft that install all you need for do some web development. The other two are what you are looking for; any will work fine. There are some manual installation for the modules needed though.
But please note that configuring a reverse proxy is not a install only procedure, ...
You might try Bandicam. But I must say you can't disable splash screen (as far as I know). Here you will find more information about starting and stopping the program Bandicam timer recording information
The page tells you to run "bdcam.exe" but I think using "bdcam_nonadmin.exe" would be better.
I guess starting the program without icon could be done with ...
Get OBS and hide the tray icon by a) Windows way as mentioned in comments or b) Hiding trough OBS settings.
OBS is compatible with lots of things, so I heavily recommend it, tough I can't test if it works with Windows Server 2016.
Have a look at something like RSync or RSnapshot which is based on RSync anyway.
Rsnapshot will do this out of the box for you. RSync as well but may require a little scripting. Getting the above to run would require CygWin or there are Windows binaries out there if you look hard enough.
If command line stuff is not something you feel comfortable with then ...
You can quite easily create database interfaces in Python and there are a number of GUI libraries available. It is also quite simple to add into the code a pull mechanism that during start-up of the program checks for updates from a specific location such as a URL or Shared Drive, (hopefully with a timeout), and to pull those updates before continuing to ...
From the description plus your comments you are looking for server software to allow you to manage software projects as well as to provide source control. There are a number of solutions available but I would suggest taking a look at the following ordered by maturity:
G-Forge Advacnced Server
Any build/development tools that you choose
As far as I can say, a Windows Server 2012 R2 Standard license + 5 user CALs are required here.
cost less than an Azure A2 instance: The cost is ~630 EUR (Reichelt, German, at the time of writing).
Given you can buy hosting for ~25 EUR/mon (netcup, RS 4000 G7 at the time of writing), that saves you ~35 EUR/mon, which means you need to run it for 18 ...
Classic Shell maybe?
Classic Shell works on Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 8.1, Windows 10 and their server counterparts (Windows Server 2008 R2, Windows Server 2012, Windows Server 2012 R2, Windows Server 2016). Both 32 and 64-bit versions are supported. The same installer works for all versions.
Classic Shell™ is free software that improves your ...
It'll depend a bit what exactly you mean by "manage". But for sure you should have a look at Drupal. And specifically for anything about managing events, you may want to look at the tons of add-on modules that are available, as explained in my answer to "Which Drupal module(s) should I use for making reservations based on availability in a calendar?".
I like and always recommend Cobian Backup. I think it support all your requirements. The relevant features for this questions are:
It allows to select one or many destination for each backup set.
Support for full, differential and incremental backups, with the option to select the full backup frequency.
Can backup from/to FTP or FTPS servers (not SFTP, ...
It always seems funny when people ask specifically for Open Source software that plays nicely with a specific proprietary system, in this case AD - Microsoft Active Directory.
I would suggest that validation of the users domain rights is down to AD.
You can just use Trac for your ticketing system.
Free, Open Source & Cross Platform
Here are four possible solutions, all of these should run on Windows Server 2012 R2
1.) AutoHotKey (Free)
Fast scriptable desktop automation with hotkeys
Creating your own apps and macros has never been easier
This requires some coding (It's not too complicated)
2.) Pulover’s Macro Creator (Free)
A Free Automation Tool and Script Generator. It is based ...
basically an online shop without the need of a shopping basket or
You could choose a CMS at http://www.cmsmatrix.org/ to meet your exact needs.
But,if all that you want is truly only "an online shop without the need of a shopping basket or payment system" then, IMO, you can't beat Drupal, which is extremely popular, extremely powerful, ...
There are many frameworks written in C++, one of them being:
Cutelyst a C++11 built with Qt, with one of the best positions on TechEmpower Benchmarks.
Even though it requires Qt 5.6+ a full CMS (CMlyst) uses around 6MB of RAM while serving around 3000 requests per seconds on a single core.
It's license it's LGPLv2.1+ meaning you can use it on commercial ...
I know this is incredibly late, but try Splashtop. Maybe someone else will find it useful.
Splashtop is basically a remote desktop software for Android, PC, MacOSX, and iOS, and they claim they can stream games.
I don't know about such a product, too. But I can give you idea for a workaround:
What can be done is to
deny all permissions except read to files in the library
set up a request tracker (ticketing tool, there are many: (1), (2); I'm using self-hosted open source MantisBT) where users have to fill a request (ticket) for deletion or renaming. After admin's ...
I haven't tried it myself but you might want to have a look at this article: Sending Apache httpd Logs to Syslog:
Unfortunately, only the error log has this feature built in. It's
extremely useful to also have your access logs logged to a remote
server, for the reasons described earlier.
There is a technique to allow you to log your access log ...