Synology’s IP Block List is one of the best features of Synology NAS devices, made popular by its utility and ease of use. But is it really that easy to use? Does every Synology NAS user understand how the IP Block List works? In the past few months I have received countless e-mails from Synology … Read more about How Does Synology IP Block List Work?
With the Synology MailPus Server package, your Synology NAS can become a mail system that supports SMTP, POP3, and IMAP. User accounts and email messages can be managed and archived on your Synology NAS. This tutorial shows you how to set up your own domain name for inbound and outbound SMTP on Synology MailPlus. Some … Read more about Synology: How to Set Up Email Using Your Own Domain Name
If you want to improve the performance of your Synology NAS, you will be confronted with a hard choice: the choice of memory drive. Hard drives still have great utility, especially in NAS environments. However, they cannot compete with solid state drives (SSDs) in terms of reliability and speed of writing and reading. SSDs offer … Read more about Synology: Best SSD For Your NAS
Do you currently own an old DS415+ Synology NAS? If so, is it still working? Can you still turn it on? A lot of Synology DS415+ users complain that their DS415+ just stopped working one day: it either suddenly died on them or started shutting down or giving out clear signs it was its time. … Read more about Synology: How To Fix C2000 Flaw With 100 Ohm Resistor
Yesterday I decided to take a leap into the future with my time machine and I returned to our era today with a fantastic piece of news. After talking to the oracle who offered me delicious cookies, I learned that in the coming years we could see HTTP/3 on our Synology DSM 7.X operating system. … Read more about Synology: HTTP/3 Release Date and Rumors