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SpamAssassin: A practical guide to integration and configuration
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1 25552 08-21-2005
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Description: A network-administrators guide to spam, or rather, against it
Keywords: SpamAssassin spam assassin removal setup configuration
Publisher: packt
ISBN: 1904811124


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Old 08-21-2005, 06:19 PM   #1
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Would you recommend the product? yes | Price you paid?: None indicated | Rating: 7

Pros: concise, to the point
Cons: concise, to the point



A very nice book on the topic, I think that for a novice
to spam-fighting particularly the introduction/overview
of how spammers work, what they exploit and which means
of protection there are (with a good introduction to the
terminology) will prove very useful. The author has
expanded on those for almost a third of the book.

If one is at ease with reading a man-page, or knows ones
way around the basic build-tools the way setup and
installation of the tool(s) (and integration with varied
other utilities) is well-suited for the audience. For
someone without a background in Sys-Administration or
from a Windows-background they may bit a bit brief.

My only beef with the book is that it says it's an
"in-depth guide" which, in the light of the brevity of
many of the chapters, is a bit of an exaggeration.
 




  



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