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A classic O'Reilly title since 1993, sendmail now covers Versions 8.10 through 8.14 of this email routing program, including dozens of new features, options, and macros. This edition also takes a more nuts-and-bolts approach than its predecessors. It includes both an administration handbook and a reference guide that provide you with clear options for installing, configuring and managing sendmail's latest versions and companion programs.

The sendmail program has withstood the test of time because of its ability to solve the mail-routing needs of all sites large or small, complex or simple. But it's also difficult to configure and even more difficult to understand. That's why this book has proven valuable since the dawn of email. With it, you will be able to configure the program to meet any need, so that you never again have to call in a sendmail guru to bail you out.

sendmail includes the following sections:
* Some Basics is especially useful for people new to the program. It covers the basic concepts underlying mail delivery and the roles sendmail plays in that delivery

* Administration covers all aspects of handling sendmail, from downloading and installing new releases to managing mailing lists and aliases

* Configuration Reference contains a heavily cross-referenced guide for configuring and tuning sendmail. Every arcane detail of sendmail is listed alphabetically

* Appendices contain more detail about sendmail than you may ever need

This edition also includes new material on SSL and AUTH and a new chapter on Mitlers. If you're interested in what has changed since the last edition, one appendix categorizes the many improvements of sendmail's intervening versions by chapter, complete with references to the appropriate sections and page numbers in the book.

With sendmail, system administrators, programmers, network engineers, and even inexperienced users will be able to match this challenging but necessary utility to the needs of their network.


Preface1. Some Basics1.1 Email Basics1.2 Requests for Comments (RFCs)1.3 Email and sendmail1.4 Basic Parts of sendmail1.5 Basic Parts of a Mail Message1.6 Basic Roles of sendmail1.7 Basic Modes of sendmail1.8 The FilePart I. Administration2. Download, Build, and Install2.1 Vendor Versus Compiling2.2 Download the Source2.3 What's Where in the Source2.4 Build sendmail2.5 Install sendmail2.6 Pitfalls2.7 Build m4 Macro Reference3. Tune sendmail with Compile-Time Macros3.1 Before You Begin, a Checklist3.2 To Port, Tune, or Debug3.3 Pitfalls3.4 Compile-Time Macro Reference4. Maintain Security with sendmail4.1 Why root?4.2 The Environment4.3 SMTP Probes4.4 The Configuration File4.5 Permissions4.6 The aliases File4.7 Forged Mail4.8 Security Features4.9 Other Security Information4.10 Pitfalls5. Authentication and Encryption5.1 Support SMTP AUTH5.2 Public Key Cryptography5.3 STARTTLS5.4 Pitfalls6. The sendmail Command Line6.1 Alternative argv[0]Names6.2 Command-Line Switches6.3 List of Recipient Addresses6.4 Processing the Command Line6.5 sendmail's exit( ) Status6.6 Pitfalls6.7 Alphabetized Command-Line Switches7. How to Handle Spam7.1 The Local_check_ Rule Sets7.2 How DNSBL Works7.3 Check Headers with Rule Sets7.4 Relaying7.5 The access Database7.6 Spam Suppression Features7.7 Pitfalls8. Test Rule Sets with -bt8.1 Overview8.2 Configuration Lines8.3 Dump a sendmail Macro or Class8.4 Show an Item8.5 Complex Actions Made Simple8.6 Process-Specified Addresses8.7 Add Debugging for Detail8.8 Batch Rule-Set Testing8.9 Pitfalls9. DNS and sendmail9.1 Overview9.2 How sendmail Uses DNS9.3 Set Up MX Records9.4 How to Use dig


Bryan Costales lives and writes in San Francisco, California. He has been active in system administration and software development for more than 20 years and has been writing articles and books about computer software for more than 25 years. His most notable books are "C from A to Z" (Prentice Hall), "Unix Communications" (Howard Sams), and "sendmail" (O'Reilly). In addition to technical books, he also writes fiction and hosts a free multimedia web site.
EAN: 9780596510299
ISBN: 0596510292
Untertitel: 4th edition. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: O'Reilly UK Ltd.
Erscheinungsdatum: Dezember 2007
Seitenanzahl: 1308 Seiten
Format: kartoniert
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