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From comm...@spamassassin.apache.org
Subject [SpamAssassin Wiki] Updated: BooksAboutSpamAssassin
Date Fri, 08 Oct 2004 01:42:06 GMT
   Date: 2004-10-07T18:42:06
   Editor: DanielQuinlan <quinlan@pathname.com>
   Wiki: SpamAssassin Wiki
   Page: BooksAboutSpamAssassin
   URL: http://wiki.apache.org/spamassassin/BooksAboutSpamAssassin

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  * '''''!SpamAssassin''''', by Alan Schwartz (2004, O'Reilly Media, Inc, ISBN: 0596007078)
is completely devoted to the installation, configuration, and use of SpamAssassin 2.6 and
3.0. The Bayesian and autowhitelisting systems are covered (including new SQL- and LDAP-based
approaches), as well as how to write new rules. In addition to covering SA itself, it includes
doc umentation for implementing anti-spam gateways using SA and sendmail  (with MIMEDefang),
postfix (with amavisd-new), exim (with sa-exim or exiscan), and qmail. Pop3 proxies are also
discussed. More information can be found at the O'Reilly web site ([http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/spamassassin/index.html]).
(!AlanSchwartz)
 
- * '''''SpamAssassin - A Practical Guide to Configuration, Customization, and Integration''''',
by Alistair !McDonald (2004, Packt Publishing, ISBN: 1904811124).  This book is devoted to
SpamAssassin and spam. It covers the basics of spam, including popular techniques by both
sides of the war to stay ahead of the other. It then covers the installation and configuration
of SpamAssassin, including features released in version 3.0, such as SURBLS. Details are given
on integration with sendmail, Posfix, Exim and qmail, and also on installing SpamAssassin
under Microsoft Windows. One chapter is devoted to creating an email gateway to filter spam
from an existing system, possibly Microsoft Exchange, guiding the user from choosing and installing
a PC and Linux distribution, through installing and configuring SpamAssassin onto switching
the system on. More details, sample chapters, code downloads and more are available from the
publishers web site: [http://www.packtpub.com/book/spamassassin]. (AlistairMcDonald)
+ * '''''!SpamAssassin - A Practical Guide to Configuration, Customization, and Integration''''',
by Alistair !McDonald (2004, Packt Publishing, ISBN: 1904811124).  This book is devoted to
SpamAssassin and spam. It covers the basics of spam, including popular techniques by both
sides of the war to stay ahead of the other. It then covers the installation and configuration
of SpamAssassin, including features released in version 3.0, such as SURBLS. Details are given
on integration with sendmail, Posfix, Exim and qmail, and also on installing SpamAssassin
under Microsoft Windows. One chapter is devoted to creating an email gateway to filter spam
from an existing system, possibly Microsoft Exchange, guiding the user from choosing and installing
a PC and Linux distribution, through installing and configuring SpamAssassin onto switching
the system on. More details, sample chapters, code downloads and more are available from the
publishers web site: [http://www.packtpub.com/book/spamassassin]. (AlistairMcDonald)

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