A few months ago I was listening to a pod cast that was covering some books. I was hearing good things about this book. Personally, I have never been a big fan of a "tech thriller", it always seems that the tech that is in these type of books are (a) impossible or (b) poorly explained. Not really so in this book. The tech could happen, and the stuff that seems a bit over the top are quickly explained out in layman's terms not to lose the average reader.
To quote the Authors site about this book....
Well now that school has started and things are starting to fall into a rhythm I'm going to be able to post a bit more now. Going from new baby to school starting was rough. So lets see what trouble I can get into now.
I have been asked to show my supervisor what a Linux mail server would look / run like. He doesn't want to spend the money to buy Exchange or the massive rebuild of our network to get Exchange working. Here is what he is looking for:
1) global address book
2) easy user management
3) imap accounts
4) easy backup of all accounts, settings, and boxes
If anyone has a good site for a howto or a recommendation for a mail system that would be great. This is a bit over my head so I hope that some one around here can point me in the right direction.
Well most of you didn't know but I have a wonderful family. A beautiful and wonderful wife and a very smart (to smart for my own good) son. I also have another one on the way. My wife is 7 months along and every thing has been going well until today.
Today we found out that she has gestational diabetes. Now this isn't that bad of news but she was at a elevated risk to start with so this just adds one more thing to the table. We will be finding out more tomorrow.
Here's to wishful thinking!!!
This site should be in any fedora users bookmarks. It covers everything that is needed to install and configure fedora. When I was trying out the newest version of fedora I was unable to get java up and running and the guide that is up there I was able to get it to work on the first try. I ended up not liking fedora very much but I still find myself dropping by there weekly and seeing what is new and anytime that I find myself forgetting something simple. It's a wonderful site that is well designed and easy to move around on. Check it out.
Well this is my very first entry for my blog!
I'm going to try and keep this updated as well as I can. I also update a twitter account close to daily as I can...(more on that later).
I have been using Linux as my main OS for the last 4 1/2 years and I'm still blown away by how much stuff is out there. My current systems that I'm running are: Opensuse 10.3, Fedora 8, Backtrack 3(beta), Windows XP (at work).