The second part of this book covers the initial and day-to-day administration of sendmail. Of necessity, such administration must include some thorny issues, such as DNS and security, so we cover those subjects, too.
- Chapter 6
Shows how to optimize the performance of sendmail.
- Chapter 7
Explains the nature of spam and how to fight it.
- Chapter 8
Shows how to use sendmail's interactive rule-testing mode.
- Chapter 9
Shows how sendmail and the Domain Naming System interact.
- Chapter 10
Shows many ways to avoid security problems.
- Chapter 11
Describes the queue and shows how to process and print it.
- Chapter 12
Describes the aliases(5) database, and shows how to write a program to perform delivery.
- Chapter 13
Describes mailing lists and shows how to manage ~/.forward files.
- Chapter 14
Explains syslog(3), statistics, and the -X command-line switch.
- Chapter 15
Shows how to run sendmail with emphasis on its numerous command-line switches.
- Chapter 16
Documents selected debugging switches available with sendmail.