Bibliography

Requests for Comments

Requests for Comments (RFCs) are documents issued by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) at the Network Information Center (NIC). Each such document defines an aspect of protocol surrounding the Internet. RFCs are available via the Web and anonymous FTP from http://www.ietf.org. A nearly complete list of all email-related RFCs is available from http://www.imc.org/rfcs.html.

Publications and Postings

Allman, Eric. Sendmail: An Internetwork Mail Router, in the BSD Unix Documentation Set. University of California, 1986–1993.

Allman, Eric, and MiriamAmos. Sendmail Revisited. USENIX Proceedings, Summer 1985.

Anderson, Bart, BryanCostales, and HarryHenderson. Unix Communications. Howard WSams, a division of Macmillan Computer Publishing, 1991.

Cheswick, William R., and Steven MBellovin. Firewalls and Internet Security, Repelling the Wily Hacker. Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1994.

Christenson, Nick. sendmail Performance Tuning. Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 2002.

Costales, Bryan, and MarciaFlynt, sendmail Milters: A Guide for Fighting Spam. Addison-Wesley, 2005.

Cuccia, Nichlos H. The Design and Implementation of a Multihub Electronic Mail Environment. USENIX Proceedings—LISA V; October 3, 1991.

Darmohray, Tina M. A sendmail.cf Scheme for a Large Network. USENIX Proceedings—LISA V, October 3, 1991.

Frey, Donnalyn, and RickAdams. !%@:: A Directory of Electronic Mail Addressing and Networks. O’Reilly, 1993.

Harrison, Helen E. A Domain Mail ...

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