Accidentally send BCH to my CashApp wallet!

I accidentally had my Forex broker send BCH instead of BTC to my CashApp (I chose the wrong option for withdrawal) It ended up at a Bitcoin address which only lists the transaction meaninig on the "explorer" site). I don’t have a wallet with Bitcoin.com .
How can I get my funds to my cashapp? I have been chasing Cashapp for 5 days now and they are not responding to my request properly. Is there a way? Or do I have to wait on cashapp to recover the funds and put it my cash app wallet? $1600 is a lot of money to lose!
Please someone help me.

SharePoint 2013 Workflow to Send Email When Item is Changed in a Specific Column

I am trying to make a tracker on SharePoint for when items are delivered.

I have a list that has the columns (Name, Category, Prize, and a hidden column that requires input in the submission form for the list called Delivered.) As of now, the default entry is “No” for the delivered column. For tracking purposes, I want to have an email automatically send once that entry is changed from No to Yes. Saying that the Current Item: Name’ prize has been delivered.

I have it partially working. It sends the current email that I have after any item is changed in the list. Can I specify it down to the one choice column? Only send this email when Delivered is changed from No to Yes?

The way I have my workflow set up is as follows:

Stage 1: Check List

–> Wait for Event: When an item is changed(in the List Weekly Winner) (Output to Variable: related item)

–> Transition to stage email

Stage 2: Email

–> Sends me an email (but when any item is changed and it can even be changed from yes to no and it will still send)

encryption – How to send a fixed size encrypted message to be broadcast to multiple (known) recipients without letting the broadcaster decrypt the message

I am creating a network with three layers. A sender layer, A gateway layer, and a Receiver layer; each having different platforms. See diagram below

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All platforms have published their public keys on a trusted public database server (not shown on the diagram).

A sender S wants to send a message to the receiver layer but it can only send the message via one of the platforms in the Gateway layer. Let’s call it G.

The message contains a public section that can be accessed by anyone and a private section that should be accessible only by the receiver layer. Something like below

{
    "public"  : { <public data>  },
    "private" : { <private data - encrypted> }
}

Every time S sends a message to G; G uses the public section of the message to verify the authenticity of the sender and to identify a subset of Receivers { R1, R2 … Rp } where p <= n; and broadcasts the message to the “p” receivers.

How does S encrypt the message such that only {R1, R2 … Rp} are able to decrypt the message and not G?

Some additional forces that exist are as follows:

  • Sender platforms layer can have 1-100000000 independent devices each having its own key pair
  • The gateway platforms could range from a 1-500 platforms
  • The receiver layer could have 1-10000000 platforms each having its own key pair

Any ideas on how to achieve this? I can do this using two Gateways, G1 and G2 where one G1 broadcasts the public key of S and G2 broadcasts the message. The receiver can check if the broadcaster of the key is different from the broadcaster of the message and return an “INSECURE_TRANSACTION” error of sorts. But is there a way to make it work using only one Gateway? Any help would be appreciated.

passports – Airbnb hosts wants me to send pictures of all guests’ IDs

In Italy, there is a legal requirement that all guests of hotels, B&Bs, rooms, etc. (including Airbnb) must be registered with the local police, so I guess it’s not a matter of tourist tax but they are asking it because of this registration.

In the most recent version of the law, the host must fill in an online form to register the guests. From what I read (I don’t have a hotel/airbnb myself, so maybe others with first-hand knowledge can confirm), the host must provide name, surname, gender, birth date and place, nationality of all occupants, but document details are required only for one of the guests (the “group leader”).

This registration must happen before the guests can enter their room (although in my experience this part is not always respected).

Reference (in Italian): https://www.laleggepertutti.it/283994_cosa-registra-lhotel

So, from what I understand, they don’t need IDs for all occupants, but they need some personal information. Probably they are asking for IDs just for their convenience: it’s easier for them to read all the required information from a document, rather than asking about them and dealing with all the language issues and “how do you spell it?”.

email – how do I make thunderbird send outgoing mails with utf8 charset?

as I’ve seen with google this question was asked quite a few times in the past but since then the GUI of thunderbird changed so much, that those instructions can’t be followed any more.

So my queston is: can I make thunderbird prefer utf8 as charset for outgoing mails instead of iso-8859-* ?

Thank you for your answer in advance.

Coinbase tells me to send from electrum to my private key?

A few years ago I sent my BTC from Coinbase to Electrum on windows PC. That apparently went fine because Electrum showed the correct balance. Then I received 12 keywords and a hash (starting with 17) which I always thought was my bitcoin key. I saved these on paper and deleted Electrum, thinking OK I have all I need on paper.

Now want to transfer my BTC back to Coinbase. I entered my 12-seeds in Electrum and the balance was right. I hit {Receive) in Coinbase and I get a window giving me the Coinbase(?) address to send my BTC to from Electrum. But this address is the same as what I thought was my private key (starting with 17). This is weird especially because 1) How would Coinbase still know this number and 2) Electrum says (Pay it) to (what I thought was) my private key. What am I missing here. I don’t have many bitcoin but the price is too high for me to make a mistake and get an education.

users – php send email to multiple recipients from variable

I have a problem. I am new in php so I need your help.
I want to send multiple emails via phpmailer but the send must be individual to each email in part.
Bellow is my example. The code is working but send all the emails into the TO field and when the email arrives at the inbox is show that the mail has been sent to multiple recipients.

Emails will come from an html textarea
My ex:

<?php
set_time_limit(0);
require 'phpmailer/PHPMailerAutoload.php';
require 'phpmailer/class.phpmailer.php';
require 'phpmailer/class.smtp.php';


$message = $_POST('message');
$subject = $_POST('subject');
$emailList= $_POST('targets');
$user = $_POST('user');
$password = $_POST('pass');
$mail = new PHPMailer(); // create a new object
$mail->SMTPAuth = true; // authentication enabled
$mail->SMTPOptions = array(
    'ssl' => array(
        'verify_peer' => false,
        'verify_peer_name' => false,
        'allow_self_signed' => true
    )
);
$mail->ClearAddresses();
$mail->SMTPSecure = 'ssl'; // secure transfer enabled REQUIRED for Gmail
$mail->IsSMTP();
$mail->Host = "smtp.gmail.com";
$mail->Port = 465; // or 587
$mail->IsHTML(true);
$mail->Username = ''.$_POST('user');
$mail->Password = ''.$_POST('pass');
$mail->SetFrom($user, 'Craig');
$mail->addReplyTo('$user', 'Craig');
$mail->Subject = ''.$_POST('subject');
$mail->Body = ''.$_POST('message');
//////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
$maillist = explode("n", $emailList);

    foreach ($maillist as $emailz) {
        $emailz = str_replace(("n", "r"), null, $emailz);
        {
        $mail->addAddress($emailz);
    }
    }


 if(!$mail->Send()) {
    echo "Mailer Error: " . $mail->ErrorInfo;
 } else {
    echo 'Message has been sent to: '.$emailz.'<br>';
 }
?>

sharepoint online – Send email automatically with Power Automate when user enter new item in a list. But need a layout in the body of the mail

Sure, you can format the body as you wish. You didn’t say which connector you’re using, but the Mail and Office 365 Outlook connectors include HTML as their body format by default. You can use standard HTML tags, i.e.

<b>[List Column Value]</b>

Here’s one such documented example:

Creating an HTML Email using MSFlow and Data from DevOps