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Sendmail on older SCO Unix

I DON'T RECOMMEND running a mailserver on old SCO Unix! That noted, here is a pile of stuff related to Sendmail on SCO Unix.



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Sendmail on older SCO Unix  
- I DON'T RECOMMEND running a mailserver on old SCO Unix! That noted, here is a pile of stuff related to Sendmail on SCO Unix. -

Sendmail Milters  
- With libmilter, sendmail can call other programs to help determine the disposition of a message. There can be multiple external programs, and sendmail makes calls at different points -

Sendmail Performance Tuning by Nick Christensen  
- When I first picked this up I really didn't expect much. I expected that this would be a rather ordinary rehash of typical performance tuning advice -

Updating Sendmail  
- I figured it must be simple enough to add SMTP authentication. Boy, was I wrong. Although this function is integrated into the latest RedHat releases of Sendmail, it is not in the 6.2 releases. -

Sendmail  
- Sendmail can be scary. If the 1,000+ page O'Reilly reference doesn't give you pause, the cryptic configuration files probably will. Here are the basics. -

Sendmail Theory and Practice  
- Although some reviewers have seen this as an introductory book, and have advised reading it prior to the Bat" book, I think most folks would find that really difficult. In fact, you probably need a fair amount of prior knowledge before diving into this book. I'd therefor only recommend it as a companion for other resources. As that, this is useful because it does contain examples and suggestions that vary from the "Bat" book, and that always helps understanding. -

 
 
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