Join Chaim Krause for an in-depth discussion in this video What you should know, part of Linux: Email Services.
- [Instructor] Going into this course, let's talk about what you should know. You should be very comfortable with the command line in a Linux environment. There's going to be a lot of setting configurations, manipulating databases. You'll need to be able to work with a text editor. I don't care if you use VI, Pico, nano, you have to be comfortable enough with it that you're not worried about what you're typing, you can concentrate on the material. You also need to be familiar from beginning to end with the email architecture that we're going to be building, so you know what right looks like.
With a grasp of these topics, you should be fine moving forward.
- Reviewing the components of email delivery
- Sending mail with Postfix internally and externally
- Configuring TLS, SASL, and an email client
- Installing database tools
- Creating virtual domains, users, and aliases
- Exploring greylisting with Postgrey
- Installing and configuring spam tools
- Reviewing DNS-based protection against spammers
Skill Level Intermediate
Linux: Multitasking at the Command Linewith Scott Simpson39m 1s Intermediate
Linux: Desktops and Remote Accesswith Grant McWilliams1h 44m Intermediate
1. Basic Setup
2. Going Beyond Basic Services
3. Agent-Based Protection Against Spammers
4. DNS-Based Protection Against Spammers
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