Levine, John R.
O'Reilly & Associates Inc, [c]2004
In introducing Unix-based mail systems, Levine notes that qmail has quietly become one of the most widely used Internet applications since its release in 1998. This much-published technical writer covers the basics of how qmail works; moving to qmail from its sendmail predecessor; and advanced aspects including virtual domains and the users database. He includes problem-solving tips, a sample script, and online resources. The author co-chairs the Internet Research Task Force's Anti-Span Research Group.
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|Publication:||SciTech Book News|
|Article Type:||Brief Article|
|Date:||Jun 1, 2005|
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