|Date:||October 14th, 2010|
|Place:||EE1 Building (Electrical Engineering)
University of Washington Campus
|Subject:||Delivering the mail on the modern net|
Once upon a time, email delivery was simple. You put a mail server online, gave it an MX record, and you were done. These days, the process of dealing with spam has increased the cost of maintaining email servers and forces us to jump through many hoops to make sure the mail gets delivered. This talk will introduce you to the finer points of the care and feeding of a modern email server.
Benjamin Krueger is a professional System Administrator with 12 years of experience managing Unix and Linux systems, and specializing in building and maintaining large scale internet applications. He works at Google where his most recent employer, Jambool, was acquired. He is busy integrating Jambool’s infrastructure with Google systems.