Install, Set up, and Run your own Email Server using Qmail
Specialist IT Publisher Packt has released a new book on Qmail. Written
by experienced author Kyle Wheeler, Qmail Quickstarter is a fast-paced
and easy-to-follow guide that gets a Qmail mail server up and running
Qmail is a secure, reliable, efficient and simple message transfer
agent. It is designed for typical Internet-connected UNIX hosts. Qmail
is the second most common SMTP server on the Internet, and has by far
the fastest growth of any SMTP server. Qmail's straight-paper-path
philosophy guarantees that a message, once accepted into the system,
will never be lost. Qmail also optionally supports maildir, a new,
super-reliable user mailbox format.
Such is Qmail's popularity and status a number of large, global
websites are now using it, including USA.net's outgoing e-mail, Yahoo!
Mail and Groups, Rediffmail.com and PayPal/Confinity to name but a few.
Therefore, the release of Qmail Quickstarter comes at a convenient time.
Targeted at System Administrators familiar with Linux/UNIX and DNS
servers who need to set up Qmail, the book gives practical examples that
can be used right away. The basics behind every example are clearly
explained and the concise nature of Wheeler's writing style makes it
extremely easy to work through.
Following a necessary introduction to Qmail, the book discusses advanced
features, like hosting multiple domains, in detail. By bringing together
material that might take days to find online this book will be a real
timesaver for SysAdmins.
Qmail Quickstarter: Install, Set up, and Run your own Email Server is
published by Packt and is out now. For more information on this book,
please visit http://www.packtpub.com/Qmail/book=20
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