Anatomy of Postfix
About the Authors:
Ralf Hildebrandt and Patrick Koetter are active and well-known figures in the Postfix community. Hildebrandt is a systems engineer for T-NetPro, a German telecommunications company, and Koetter runs his own company consulting and developing corporate communication for customers in Europe and Africa. Both have spoken about Postfix at industry conferences and contribute regularly to a number of open source mailing lists.
No Starch Press has more information on the book here: www.nostarch.com/postfix.htmThe authors maintain an errata and download page for the book, which you might want to check out at: www.postfix-book.com/errata.html
The book of Postfix: state-of-the-art message transport
by Ralf Hildebrandt & Patrick Koetter
Copyright 2005, 464 pages
No Starch Press (http://www.nostarch.com)
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