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I'd like to master SendMail operations as quickly (and cost-effectively) as possible. Are there any books or online course that could help here?


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If you are in a rush, why choose sendmail? There are lots of good alternatives with a much lower learning curve. – Zoredache Aug 23 '10 at 21:58
I am extremely fond of Safari Books Online for this sort of thing: it is my secret weapon for "learn X overnight" missions. At minimum, you can read/search/use the book that you need and then cancel before the trial is up, but... I sure didn't cancel. – Skyhawk Aug 24 '10 at 3:38
up vote 3 down vote accepted

Your best bet would be the Bat Book, I guess. Not that I speak from experience, as I haven't yet fully recovered from the shock I got when first opening a somewhere in the darkest 90ies.

+1. You mean to tell me I need to use m4 to process this config into a "useable" format? :) – jscott Aug 24 '10 at 0:48

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