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The forward was written by The man Himself, Weiste Venema. The author Kyle Dent takes you from the history of Postfix all the way to compiling it with special options. There is plenty of examples and explainations of those examples. Its by far the most informative Postfix book I've seen.
Since I use postfix for Exchange 5.5 replacements, this book is a great reference. The details of security and the explanation of options and varibles is clear and concise. I don't have allot of time to read books but I read this one from cover to cover.
If you're interested in the details and understanding the inner workings of postfix, this book is a great start. It doesn't get bogged down in theory but gives clear information on the task being covered. I highly recommend it.