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Fix: Problems with Facebook Permissions – Instagram

Fix: Problems with Facebook Permissions – Instagram

You may receive an error message when attempting to connect a Facebook account with a Facebook group/fan page in Instagram.   Problem With Facebook Permissions The Facebook account logged in on this phone isn’t an admin of “”. Become and admin to post to this Page.   If the Facebook page was previously connected to your...

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Fix: The Destination Mailbox Does Not Exist – Mac Mail

Fix: The Destination Mailbox Does Not Exist – Mac Mail

You may receive an error message in Mac OS X Mail when you try to delete or archive an email message.   The message “” could not be moved to the mailbox (null). The destination mailbox does not exist.   If the email account you are moving the email message with is using IMAP, it is...

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iOS 11.2.5 New Features

iOS 11.2.5 New Features

iOS 11.2.5 includes support for HomePod and introduces the ability for Siri to read the news (US, UK and Australia only). This update also includes bug fixes and improvements.  HomePod support*Setup and automatically transfer your Apple ID, Apple Music, Siri and Wi-Fi settings to HomePod. Siri News*Siri can now read the news, just ask, “Hey Siri, play the...

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Fix: FastCGI: incomplete headers (0 bytes) received from server – MAMP Pro

Fix: FastCGI: incomplete headers (0 bytes) received from server – MAMP Pro

If you are experiencing 500 Internal Server errors on your websites in MAMP Pro, review your PHP error log. If you see the following errors around the same time you received the 500 erros on your websites, follow the steps below.   [date] [error] [client] FastCGI: comm with server "/Applications/MAMP/fcgi-bin/php7.1.8.fcgi" aborted: idle timeout (30 sec) [date]...

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How To: Use MAMP Pro on Mac OS X With Let’s Encrypt (CertBot/ACME) to Automatically Generate SSL Certificates

How To: Use MAMP Pro on Mac OS X With Let’s Encrypt (CertBot/ACME) to Automatically Generate SSL Certificates

Let’s Encrypt is a free (CA) Certificate Authority that has become a popular alternative for generating free SSL certificates. Let’s Encrypt allows you to create a fully functional SSL certification with chain files that is valid for 3 months (90 days). After 3 months, you can automatically renew the SSL certificate again for another 3 months,...

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