Mark's "Cracking Open the Post Office: Microsoft's SMTP Server in Detail" talk, now available in audio CD format
Mark Minasi here —
The Simple Mail Transfer Protocol (SMTP) is the engine that makes
Internet e-mail run -- send mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and it's SMTP
that does most of the heavy lifting. That's why NT 4, Windows 2000, XP
and 2003 have all included a fairly powerful IIS SMTP service. As a
matter of fact, it's the tool that Exchange uses to handle your Internet
e-mail. It's also the application that Server 2003's built-in
e-mail server is built on. (Remember, with Server 2003, you can
actually set up an entire e-mail server without needing Exchange at all.
Sure, it's really basic e-mail server, but the price is right.
Try to find a lot of documentation on how to make it sit up and do
tricks, and you'll find very few resources; this talk helps fill in that
I hope you'll choose to pick up a copy of this presentation. I've tried to make learning about SMTP server easy to follow, informative, and a bit of fun.
Buying "Microsoft's SMTP Server in Detail"
You can get your copy of the two-CD SMTP audio CD for $29.95. Click here to buy my audio CD "Microsoft's SMTP Server in Detail" if shipping to a US address. (Outside of the US, please see below.) Again, the CDs include the accompanying PowerPoint slides as PDF files.
If you want to ship faster than first class, then contact us at Assistant@Minasi.com and we can set it up.
To deliver outside of the US:
After a lot of research, we've seen that the most cost-effective way to ship things out of the US is to just send it via international mail. That means that you're responsible for duty and taxes when the CDs get to your country. Apologies, but we have to charge more for the extra handling and mail costs. Your price to purchase "Microsoft's SMTP Server in Detail" is US$55.
Click here to purchase "Microsoft's SMTP Server in Detail" for delivery outside of the US.
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