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Kyle D. Dent works as an independent consultant and software developer in the New York metropolitan area. He has designed and implemented various security, network, and web-based applications for technology and financial firms. He has been working with Postfix in various settings since it was released by IBM in 1998. Kyle grew up with computers in an IBM family, but originally started working in publishing and as a teacher of English as a Second Language. He is an avid supporter of public libraries serving as a trustee at his local library and on his regional library system board. He has recently started to learn the classical guitar.
It could be argued that you don't 'need' this book, all the information is available elsewhere - but this gathers it all together in one place, together with some hints and tips. Read morePublished 3 months ago by PeterB
The usual O'Reilly high standard of technical writing - concise, well-explained, with clear diagrams and the right mix of overviews, technical information and reference. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Mr. R. Redpath
An oldie but a goodie. The first few chapters are a basic boot-strap of how email should work (not the MS butchered way) and then it dives into Postfix and some extras (e.g. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Hairy Muppet
Even if you decide not to use Postfix and opt for a different mail server this is an excellent introduction into mail servers and how email works as well as introducing all the... Read morePublished 13 months ago by OllyC