by Alan Schwartz
Publisher: O'Reilly Media 2004
Number of pages: 207
The only published resource devoted to SpamAssassin and how to integrate it effectively into your networks. This clear, concise guide clarifies the installation, configuration, and use of the SpamAssassin spam-checking system, helping administrators make the right integration decision for their particular environments.
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