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We here at Fatbrain.com, have reviewed both the book and the publisher's summary, and find that the summary is an accurate reflection of the book's contents. Geared toward intermediate to advanced application programmers and developers, this practical example-oriented guide covers e-mail protocols, extensions and capabilities. Specifically, it focuses on the programming interface used to build core applications. Please keep in mind that this is neither an e-mail tutorial nor a user's guide, but rather a detailed exposition of the Internet mail system based on RFCs. For maximum comprehension, you should have a basic familiarity with the Internet and protocols such as POP 3, MIME or SMTP. Familiarity with Perl and the Java Mail API would also be helpful. This guide teaches you how to create MIME compliant messages, as well as use Open PGP, S/MIME, IMAP (Version 4 Revision 1) and ACAP. It also discusses e-mail related Perl modules and anti-spamming techniques.
Network Protocols is a one-stop handbook that covers virtually every network protocol. A complete reference of Java technologies, Java Network Programming, Second Edition focuses on streams. Complete with solution-oriented examples Sendmail, Second Edition includes an expanded tutorial. If you are scripting with Perl, try Perl Resource Kit,UNIX Edition or Perl Resource Kit, Win 95/98/NT Edition.