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Mailgun Technologies offer SMTP services for website operators. They offer a free trial which gives you 5,000 free mails for 1 month, after that you have the option of downgrading to the flex plan, which offers 1,000 mails for free each month. Going over this 1,000 limit will charge you $1 then $0.001 per message. After the trial period ends it automatically charges you for foundation plan which is $35 a month.

I accidentally left an account running and didn't downgrade it to the flex plan, so my card was automatically charged $35. Luckily the sales team at Mailgun were nice enough to refund me after I sent them an email requesting a refund since I didn't use the service and forgot to cancel it.

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The process of setting up mailgun is straightforward as they give you all of the instructions and DNS records to add and make everything work. All of the emails sent are logged and you can view your usage and success rates of mails being sent.

Overall I have had a positive experience with Mailgun and I would definitely recommend you use them if you have a small website and need a free SMTP service to use. For larger businesses and sites they do offer dedicated mail IPs so you can earn your own IP reputation.

Leeds Transmission Services is located at Braithwaite St, Holbeck, Leeds LS11 9XE
Their website is https://www.leedstransmissionservices.co.uk/

My car was hit by a driver who then decided to flee, so I had to go through insurance. I took my car to a body shop through them who repaired the damage.
After collecting my car, I noticed several issues including:
Hand Brake broken
Steering heavy
Transmission Malfunction dashboard alert

They were also jump starting my car as they had somehow managed to let the battery die.

I spoke to someone from Leeds Transmission Services over the phone who told me to bring it in and they'll have a look at it.
A man came out and brought a device to look at the errors on the car system, which showed an issue with the Transmission Control Module.
I had previously spent £2000 to replace a faulty TCM directly with Ford, then a different mechanic replaced my transmission after it had failed. Luckily we looked under the bonnet and the new TCM was still there.

He cleared the errors on the system and the car drove over 100 miles fine, the transmission malfunction alert has not come back yet. He also gave me some good advice on whether I should keep and repair it or just sell it and get another car.
He spent at least 20 minutes of his time explaining how everything worked and checking on parts of the car, yet he charged me nothing when I left.

Overall I would definitely recommend you take your car here if you are having transmission issues.

Dead Frontier 2 is a survival MMORPG game where you must survive in a zombie infested city called Palehaven, looting and shooting your way through hordes of zombies.
The game allows you to play online with strangers and friends either in a public game or a private lobby.

Upon beginning a new account, you are immediately thrown into the game with minimal instructions. I would definitely recommend you go onto YouTube and look at some beginner guides for this game as it lacks its own tutorials.
You start with damaged clothing and weapons, which you should immediately scrap for cash since they reduce your stats. Buy yourself a decent melee weapon or a .32 ACP pistol to start with so you can make some money looting and completing missions.

Nearly every building contains a boss to fight, located behind doors with "???" in red text. These bosses are guaranteed to drop at least a Rare item. Since you start in a lv1 area all of the bosses are just strong zombies, and not actually mutated boss zombies, these will start to spawn from lv10. This makes it easy for you to get an early start with levelling up and gaining equipment if you kill all of the lv1-lv10 bosses in the starter area.

The skill system could use some work and might be confusing to some, and since it costs 100 credits to reset them I'd recommend you don't just start picking random skills for your character, think about the play style you would like to choose, and the weapons you are going to use. There are of course wasteful skills which you should avoid.

You start with a very limited amount of storage space btw, so choose your loot and possessions carefully. Each account upgrade costs 500 credits ($20) and adds an extra 100 storage slots, along with 3 character slots and 20 trade slots. If you have a friend to play with, make sure you take advantage of the trade system, as it is essentially extra inventory space. You can press F on your friend and trade items to them, which will remain in the trade area until you cancel or your friend accepts them.

Dead Frontier 2 is very grindy, and you will want multiple characters for different uses, such as boss hunting, looting, or different weapons and skills. This can help you save money as the prices of ammo can change drastically at any time, meaning you could switch to a different and cheaper ammo to use while avoiding the most expensive one.

The gear and looting system can be very frustrating or very rewarding to some. The game does offer a gold membership option which increases loot chances & provides you with extra inventory space, along with credits which you can sell for a lot of cash or use to purchase cosmetics. Each time you loot, you are given a random item with random stats, most of the time it is going to be garbage. For weapons, keep an eye out for the following stats: Headshot Damage, Body Damage, Damage vs Mutated, Damage vs Infected, Attack Speed, Ammo Capacity, Jog/Sprint Speed, Incoming Damage.

My biggest complaint about Dead Frontier 2 is the inventory system, it is abhorrent and seriously needs improvements. My stash is 500/560 full and my trades are 120/130 full, anytime I load these it takes longer than on a new account/character. It seems like it constantly reloads the entire contents of the stash/trade window every time you do something. Combine that with a messy inventory which makes it hard to organise anything and you've got a system that just annoys your players. Please make it easier for me to organise useful items, and maybe add a loadout option so I can just press a button to equip specific gear and weapons.

Overall, I think Dead Frontier 2 shows great potential, and I do enjoy playing it, but it does need some more attention and improvements. The game recently just had an update adding a clan system, so now you can group up with your friends and try to earn points which can be used to buff everyone in the clan slightly.
I have created my own clan called "Guardians", and our purpose is to help players, especially those new at the game. So if you see one of us in game don't be shy to ask for help!

Should you give Dead Frontier a try in 2022? I would say yes, you might find it's an enjoyable experience for you. Though you might just end up getting frustrated and quitting like I see a lot of players do. The game is a lot easier if you purchase Gold Membership, and don't forget this game is FREE after all, so you don't lose anything from giving it a try.

Business location: 132 Weeland Rd, Sharlston Common, Wakefield WF4 1DD.
Order type: Collection.
Time from order to receiving food: 10-15 minutes.
Service quality: Good, friendly employees.

Food ordered: Cookies and Cream Milkshake, Chicken Masala.
Food quality: The curries look and taste excellent, and the milkshakes are booming with flavour.
Comments: I have eaten several curries from this restaurant and I have enjoyed all of them. The milkshakes are also very nice. I would recommend them if you're looking for a nice curry.

I have tested Hetzner dedicated servers for a few different things now, and overall I am happy with the service they provide.

What I love about Hetzner is their server auctions. You can see servers with different specifications and if they don't get bought they go down in price slightly.
This gives you a chance to get a decent server for a lower price.

Going to their server auction page right now, I can see the lowest priced server is currently €34.15 (£28.92).
The specs are:
Intel Core i7-6700
RAM 32 GB
Drives 2 x 512 GB SSD

This kind of server is perfect for any small business or game server, and is similar in price to OVH.
There are also many other servers on the exact same price with differing specs. Some of the servers have 64 GB of RAM, or they have 3 SSDs, or they have a Xeon processor.
With the Hetzner server auction it seems like it would be hard to not find the server perfect for your use.

Compared to OVH, Hetzner has a lot more variations of servers to choose from, and at a more affordable rate. The only downside I noticed was the lack of proper DDoS protection.
When my website was under DDoS attacks, the server would be unresponsive and my entire site was inaccessible. Hetzner sends you a notification upon detecting a DDoS attack, along with sending an email to the host of whoever is sending the DDoS attack asking for an investigation and statement.

If you're a beginner or a small business I would definitely recommend Hetzner servers if you're looking for a cheap option to host your business applications or websites.

You can check out the latest Hetzner server auctions by clicking here.

I have used OVH dedicated servers and VPS hosting for a few years now, and I have never been disappointed with their service.
I use their VPS servers as my email servers or as VPNs. They work really well for this function.

OVH offer a perfect server range for game servers. If you're on a tight budget and you want to run your own minecraft server, the OVH Kimsufi range is your best friend.
For £29.99 a month you can have a server running on an i7 4790k, 32GB of RAM, and a 240GB SSD. You are limited to only 100Mbps bandwidth, but this is more than enough for a small minecraft server anyways. This range of server has an unavoidable setup fee, which is a one time payment of £20.99 (ex. vat), so you'll pay more the first month.

There is also a similar range for small starter businesses, called the "so you start" range, with the cheapest option (£25.19) featuring a weak Xeon D1520 processor but with 32GB of RAM, 4x2TB storage, and 250 Mbps bandwidth. I would recommend using this range for hosting websites, unless you go for the more powerful processors they have available. At a price increase of £2.4 you can double your processor cores with the Xeon D1540 and same specifications as the other server. This is actually a major increase in performance despite the low 2GHz clock speed. This processor gets a 10,000 rating on cpubenchmark.net and is perfect for small media projects or hosting lots of websites. I am using this server to host uploadclip.com and the site loads and runs very smoothly.

All OVH servers include DDoS protection, and they have specialized protection for game servers too. I have had many DDoS attacks over the years, OVH will send an email to alert you when they detect an attack. There is an option to permanently enable the protection, which very slightly increases ping to your server - or you can have it activated as soon as it detects an attack, but this will leave your server vulnerable while the firewall kicks in, so expect brief downtime while this happens.

Overall, I've had a positive experience with OVH and I would recommend them to anyone who wants a cheap and easy way to setup a dedicated server or VPS.

I tried calling Dale Corner at Corner Computing Solutions to ask if he could help me with my computer as I felt it was infected with viruses.

Immediately as he picked up he started shouting at me asking if I'm that scammer that keeps calling him.
I said no and asked if he was able to help my computer with a virus infection. He then started talking sarcastically and started mentioning a scammer info website, and insisted he knew me and that I should stop calling him as the police are coming for me.

I asked what the hell he is on about and he started talking crazy about these people stalking him online and how he is bringing down a big scammer organization ran by some guy I forgot his name but he mentioned he is a "dirty furry" and that he will be taken down soon.

I told him I knew nothing about this and just needed my computer fixing. He said a few profanities then hung up on me.

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