By John R. Levine.
Qmail has quietly become one of the most widely used applications on the Internet today. It's powerful enough to handle mail for systems with millions of users, like Yahoo! Mail, while remaining compact and manageable enough for the smallest Unix- and Linux-based PC systems. Its component design makes it easy to extend and customize while keeping its key functions secure. The book concentrates on common tasks like moving a sendmail setup to qmail, or setting up a "POP toaster," a system that provides mail service to a large number of users on other computers sending and retrieving mail remotely. The book also fills crucial gaps in existing documentation, detailing exactly what the core qmail software does.
Table of Contents
Part I. Introduction to Qmail
Part II. Advanced Qmail
Updates to Qmail.
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