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@@ -12,8 +12,8 @@ Requirements
To run the tempalias.com code, you need:
-* a sufficiently current version of node (as of this writing, 0.1.90 was enough)
-* a sufficiently current version of redis (I was running trunk) for alias storage
+* a sufficiently current version of node (as of this writing, 0.1.99 was enough)
+* a sufficiently current version of redis (I was running 2.0 rc1) for alias storage
* a SMTP smarthost that relies messages to any address and doesn't require authentication
Everything else is included in the package.
@@ -26,7 +26,7 @@ After cloning the repository, here's the stuff you need to do:
1. initialize the git submodules (`git submodule update --init`)
1. copy config.ini.template to config.ini and edit to your liking
1. run `node tempalias.js` in the project root.
-1. expired aliases are not deleted by the main application. They can't be reached via email any more, but they remain in
+1. expired aliases and rate limit locks are not deleted by the main application. They can't be reached via email any more, but they remain in
the database. There is `garbage_collect.js` which I recommend you run every 30 minutes or so that removes expired aliases.
tempalias will launch a web server (localhost:8080 by default) and an SMTP proxy (localhost:2525 by default). The website will be both the web frontend (http://locahost:8080/) and a webservice endpoint (http://localhost:8080/aliases). Have a look at public/jslib/app.js to see how the web service works, or use curl and adjust the following command to your liking:

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