Internet Express Version 6.5 Best Practices

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The following Internet Express Version 6.5 Best Practices documents provide you with recommended methods for performing specific tasks, rather than presenting all options.

Administration
HTML Configuring and Managing Internet Express
HTML Primary Tuning Recommendations for Internet Servers 

File Transfer Protocol (FTP) Service
HTML Configuring and Administering the wu-ftpd Server for Anonymous FTP Access Using Internet Express

News Services
HTML Planning a News Server Using Internet Express
HTML Configuring a News Server Using Internet Express

Mail Services
HTML Planning Mail Services Using Internet Express
HTML Configuring IMAP Mail Servers Using Internet Express
HTML Configuring POP Mail Servers Using Internet Express
HTML Configuring Sendmail Advanced Features Using Internet Express
HTML Configuring SMTP Mail Servers Using Internet Express

Security and Authentication
HTML Configuring FireScreen Using Internet Express
HTML Configuring a System to Use LDAP for User Authentication Using Internet Express

Service Location Protocol (SLP) Service
HTML Configuring OpenSLP Using Internet Express

Web and Proxy Services
HTML Configuring the Secure Web Server Using Internet Express
HTML Building mod_perl for Use with the Secure Web Server
HTML Configuring the Squid Proxy/Caching Server Using Internet Express
HTML Creating Multiple Indexes and Search Pages Using Ht://Dig

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