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  1. I/O Port Functions UDF Windows 7 and x64-compatible! This is a simple I/O (Input/Output) UDF for interacting with ports. The ability to write to ports was stripped from Windows with Vista+. While many do not miss this ability, there are some uses still in existence: Re-enable the internal PC Speaker - the good ol' "Beep" function can be restored using basic I/O PS/2 Keyboard Functions - Turn it off/on, mess with LED's, inject keys into the keyboard output stream - even thwart UAC prompts! =O Also work with Parallel, Serial (COM), PS/2 mouse, and miscellaneous ports that devices interface th
  2. I am coding a country specific IP checker with a buddy, he made the website/api and I am coding a client to run through IPs. i split my IPs so it doesn't read the port instead of IP:PORT just IP, however after reading through every IP I need to add all ports back in their right place again so it becomes IP:PORT again, but this part made my head spin a bit. Any help is highly appreciated! Thanks in advance. #include <ColorConstants.au3> ; Including required files #include <GUIConstantsEx.au3> #include <file.au3> #include <Array.au3> #include <string.a
  3. This may be a dumb question but ... I am currently using the ">Smtp Mailer That Supports Html And Attachments" by Jos (thank you Jos - cool script) to send emails from my script. I am trying to ensure that a copy of the sent email gets saved to the server so you can see it in the sent folder. I am using an account hosted by 1and1 for the email but am not on their Exchange server. A copy does get saved to the sent folder when I do it from my phone. The phone uses SSL (as does the script). The only difference (and I assume it is important) is the phone uses port 587 for SMTP. This p
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