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Sendmail Milters
A Guide to Fighting Spam

Author: Bryan Costales and Marcia Flynt

Milters are among the most powerful antispamming tools available. Until now, there has been no clear and helpful resource for you to learn how to set up and use Milters. sendmail Milters: A Guide for Fighting Spam is the first in-depth guide to writing powerful Milters to block even the most clever spammers. This book is an indispensable aid to combating spam, now and in the future. If you administer a sendmail server, you need to own a copy.

The plan for modernizing this book is:

  • Remove milter support and all C code.
  • Add help setting up an SPF record.
  • Add help setting up a DKIM record.
  • Add help setting up a DMARC record.
  • Add help parsing DMARC reports.
  • Retain all the spam detection chapters.
  • Add support for Phishing detection.

And then retitle the book "DKIM SPF DMARC" and subtitle it "Email gone wildly wrong."

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ISBN: 078-5342213331
Edition: 1st Edition (Out Of Print) Rights reverted to the authors
Date Published: February 3, 2005


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About The Author

Bryan Costales
  • Jo 2014
  • Thread Twice Cut 2017
  • Is an American Author who wrote the very successful "sendmail" (bat book) for O'Reilly Media, the "C From A to Z" book for Prentice Hall. His first novel "Jo", was followed by his second novel "Thread Twice Cut."

    Bryan won first place in Prose Award in 1964 as part of the AAUW High School Writing Contest. He has studied with the San Francisco Grotto, San Francisco Writing Salon, and the Grape Writing Method, has written over 100 short stories and essays. His most recent credits are short stories published in The Banyon Review, Romance Magazine, and the Riptide Journal.

    Bryan lives in Eugene, Oregon where he dabbles in photography, gardening, and exploring the great North West. His interests range from science to politics to public transportation.


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