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*'''''The Anti-Spam Tool Kit''''', by Paul Wolfe, Charlie Scott, and Mike Erwin (2004, Osborne, ISBN: 007223167X). SpamAssassin is mentioned throughout the book, but three chapters are completely devoted to it. Chapter 6 includes installation and configuration information, Chapter 7 contains information on Bayes with SpamAssassin, and Chapter 8 includes advanced configuration options. This books covers a number of popular anti-spam client and server tools for Linux, Windows, and Macintosh. It also covers overall spam-reduction strategies and DNS Black Lists. More information can be found at the Osborne web site ([http://www.osborne.com]) and the authors' web site ([http://www.anti-spamtoolkit.com]). (CharlieScott)  * '''''The Anti-Spam Tool Kit''''', by Paul Wolfe, Charlie Scott, and Mike Erwin (2004, Osborne, ISBN: 007223167X). SpamAssassin is mentioned throughout the book, but three chapters are completely devoted to it. Chapter 6 includes installation and configuration information, Chapter 7 contains information on Bayes with SpamAssassin, and Chapter 8 includes advanced configuration options. This books covers a number of popular anti-spam client and server tools for Linux, Windows, and Macintosh. It also covers overall spam-reduction strategies and DNS Black Lists. More information can be found at the Osborne web site ([http://www.osborne.com]) and the authors' web site ([http://www.anti-spamtoolkit.com]). (CharlieScott)
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*'''''!SpamAssassin''''', by Alan Schwartz (2004, O'Reilly Media, Inc, ISBN: 0596007078) is completely devoted to the installation, configuration, and use of SpamAssassin 2.6 and 3.0. The Bayesian and autowhitelisting systems are covered (including new SQL- and LDAP-based approaches), as well as how to write new rules. In addition to covering SA itself, it includes documentation for implementing anti-spam gateways using SA and sendmail (with MIMEDefang), postfix (with amavisd-new), exim (with sa-exim or exiscan), and qmail. Pop3 proxies are also discussed. More information can be found at the O'Reilly web site ([http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/spamassassin/index.html]). (!AlanSchwartz)  * '''''!SpamAssassin''''', by Alan Schwartz (2004, O'Reilly Media, Inc, ISBN: 0596007078) is completely devoted to the installation, configuration, and use of SpamAssassin 2.6 and 3.0. The Bayesian and autowhitelisting systems are covered (including new SQL- and LDAP-based approaches), as well as how to write new rules. In addition to covering SA itself, it includes documentation for implementing anti-spam gateways using SA and sendmail (with MIMEDefang), postfix (with amavisd-new), exim (with sa-exim or exiscan), and qmail. Pop3 proxies are also discussed. More information can be found at the O'Reilly web site ([http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/spamassassin/index.html]). (!AlanSchwartz)

This page covers published books that discuss the installation, use, and administration of SpamAssassin. (Please use alphabetical order by the title of the book.)

  • The Anti-Spam Tool Kit, by Paul Wolfe, Charlie Scott, and Mike Erwin (2004, Osborne, ISBN: 007223167X). SpamAssassin is mentioned throughout the book, but three chapters are completely devoted to it. Chapter 6 includes installation and configuration information, Chapter 7 contains information on Bayes with SpamAssassin, and Chapter 8 includes advanced configuration options. This books covers a number of popular anti-spam client and server tools for Linux, Windows, and Macintosh. It also covers overall spam-reduction strategies and DNS Black Lists. More information can be found at the Osborne web site ([http://www.osborne.com]) and the authors' web site ([http://www.anti-spamtoolkit.com]). (CharlieScott)

  • SpamAssassin, by Alan Schwartz (2004, O'Reilly Media, Inc, ISBN: 0596007078) is completely devoted to the installation, configuration, and use of SpamAssassin 2.6 and 3.0. The Bayesian and autowhitelisting systems are covered (including new SQL- and LDAP-based approaches), as well as how to write new rules. In addition to covering SA itself, it includes documentation for implementing anti-spam gateways using SA and sendmail (with MIMEDefang), postfix (with amavisd-new), exim (with sa-exim or exiscan), and qmail. Pop3 proxies are also discussed. More information can be found at the O'Reilly web site ([http://www.oreilly.com/catalog/spamassassin/index.html]). (AlanSchwartz)

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