The new Postfix book, 'Postfix: The Definitive Guide' would be cool too.
Theres a 'Kerberos: The Definitive Guide' that might also be nifty.
(If we want, we could get into MTA wars and recommend the Exim book, but
yikes its not been updated since 2001)
* Andreas Schuldei <email@example.com> [040301 07:45]:
> this is an informal and unscientific oppinion poll.
> oreilley will sponsor us for debconf4 again this year. their
> offer is to sent us 150 books (real books, not pocket references
> like we got last year). they can either sent us 150 copies of ONE
> book or 50 copies of THREE different ones. (3x50=150)
> please have a look at
> and tell me which one you would prefer to find in your conference
> bag. (trading afterwards is allways possible.)
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