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5 Responses

  1. Don Thompson says:

    Jaysen is correct – the watermarks are annoying at best. Not really fair for a book that’s been purchased.

    But… far more annoying are several mistakes which the authors and experienced user may think trivial, but remember… If I had been using the system since I built my first working one about 15 years ago, I would not need to buy a book.

    Page 14:
    dovecot unix – n n – – pipe
    flags=DRhu user=vmail:vmail argv=/usr/libexec/dovecot/deliver -f ${sender} -d ${recipient}
    “deliver” should be “dovecot-lda”

    When examples of success are given, there should also be examples of failure with “what was done wrong” explanations. For example, using “telnet localhost 110” in my instance does not seem to really connect and it keeps saying: “OK waiting for authentication process to respond..”
    and does nothing.

    While providing set up information for Thunderbird might have been nice before Thunderbird functionally imploded (at lease for myself and my users) now how about a few more examples, for example Outlook and Gmail.

    An e-book that costs as much as a hard copy should be more complete. Perhaps I will re-review it if I ever get it working.

    Page 14: the line “systemctl postfix restart” no longer works (if it ever did) and should be “systemctl restart postfix”.

    • Ravi Saive says:

      @Don,

      Thanks for review, we will correct all those errors you mentioned and also we will update the book with latest instructions..

  2. Jaysen Johnson says:

    A couple of things. Please remove the watermarks on the pages of the purchased ebook. It makes it difficult to read and when I purchase something I do not want to be staring at watermarks on every page. My eyes are drawn to them instead of the actual content.

    I would normally ask for a refund for this but since I enjoy your website and find it highly useful in both my personal and work tasks and projects. I will not be asking for one. I am still happy to support your hard work and documentation. Thank You!

    Also, I have a similar mail server setup that uses PostFixAdmin web GUI to add email accounts rather than phpMyAdmin. I think the book can use some update to include the use of PostFixAdmin. It’s more user friendly than phpMyAdmin.

    http://postfixadmin.sourceforge.net/

  3. jawwad hussain says:

    I don’t have a PayPal account right now, but i am willing to get this book? If I able to get it with other account of my friend and is it downloadable PFD which i can get easily..

    • Ravi Saive says:

      @Hussain,

      Yes, you can use any PayPal account, once you make payment you will get the PDF version of book to the paypal account used to purchase the book..

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