I wanted to learn more about mail servers. As in how postfix work, how to modify the configurations and how to inbox your mails. MIAB has definitely gotten me started with it and now I was ready to learn more.
So decided to read in depth and eventually stumbled across this book on amazon:
https://amzn.to/2vF8z9c. The author has cleverly mentioned to help us setup our own mail servers in order to learn it as well as use it for marketing. Little did I know (didn’t read the description before purchasing, my bad ), that it was nothing but a setup guide to MIAB itself.
I was baffled as MIAB is an open source project and is already provided with a very well maintained documentation and setup guide along with a video setup guide. The only difference was the use of serverpoint.com for VPS (instead of DO) and Putty for SSH (which is on Windows unlike Ubuntu on MIAB setup guide). Rest everything was identical. Not to mention the grammatical mistakes that came along with it. I had to pay for this book. I consider this a serious case of Documentation plagiarism. Of course I don’t want to enter into any sort of conflict. But I felt disappointed and thought of sharing this on the forum. Please let me know what you guys think.