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1 Introduction
2 Proxmox Mail Gateway Integration
2.1 E-mail system without Proxmox
Figure 2-1 System without Proxmox Mail Gateway
2.2 E-mail system with Proxmox
Figure 2-3 Outgoing with Proxmox Mail Gateway
2.3 Proxmox in the Intranet
2.3.1 Default port settings
Figure 2-4 Incoming default port settings (port 25)
Figure 2-5 Outgoing default port settings (port 26)
2.3.2 Alternative port settings (e.g. for MS Exchange)
Figure 2-6 Incoming alternative port settings (port 26)
2.4 Proxmox in DMZ (demilitarized zone)
2.5 Proxmox with multiple e-mail server and mail domains
Figure 2-9 Multiple e-mail servers
3 Performance Tuning
3.1 Hardware benchmarks
3.2 Backup MX
3.3 Local DNS cache
3.4 Blocking Emails on SMTP level
Figure 3-2 Mail proxy whitelist
3.4.1 Greylisting
3.4.2 Sender Policy Framework – SPF
3.4.3 Real time Blacklists (RBL)
3.4.4 Local DNS RBL cache – Spamhaus Datafeed Service Configuring local DNS blacklist caches
Figure 3-4 Enable local RLB cache – Spamhaus.org and Dsbl.org
3.4.5 Receiver Verification Proxmox Solutions Enabling Verify Receivers Settings for Exchange 2003 SP2
Figure 3-8 Exchange 2003: Filter recipients 3 Settings for Exchange 2007 SP1
Figure 3-10 Exchange 2007 SP1: Install Anti-Spam agent
Figure 3-12 Exchange 2007 SP1: Filter recipients 2
4 Rule System
4.1 Default Rules
4.1.1 Block Viruses
Figure 4-1 Rule: Block Viruses
4.1.2 Virus Alert
4.1.3 Block Dangerous Files
Figure 4-3 Rule: Block Dangerous Files
4.1.4 Mark Spam
4.2 Custom Rules
4.2.1 Enable Spam and Virus quarantine
Figure 4-5 Add “Quarantine” action to rule “Mark Spam”
4.2.2 Enable Spam quarantine for just a selection of users
Figure 4-6 Enable Spam quarantine for just a selection of users
4.2.3 Enable Spam quarantine for existing LDAP users
4.2.4 Block Spam e-mails with a score higher 10
Figure 4-10 Add Spam Filter to a What Object
Figure 4-14 Add Action Object to a Rule
Figure 4-16 Activate Rule
4.2.5 BCC object – An simple archive solution
4.2.6 Block Video and Audio Attachments
4.2.7 Add Admin Notification to Rules
4.2.8 Preventing directory harvesting attacks with LDAP object
Figure 4-17 Unknown LDAP address rule
4.2.9 Block Video and Audio Attachments for LDAP Groups
5 Proxmox HA Cluster – High availability
5.1 Load Balancing with MX Records
5.2 Multiple Address Records
Figure 5-3 Load balancing Multiple Address Records
5.3 Using third party Firewall features
6 Hardware selection and Virtualization
6.1 Physical Hardware
6.1.1 Certified Hardware
6.2 Proxmox VE (http://pve.proxmox.com)
6.3 VMware™
6.3.1 Settings for VMware™ ESX, ESXi and vSphere Settings for the Proxmox Mail Gateway Virtual Machine RAM settings VMware Tools Enable VMI Paravirtualization Enable time synchronization
Figure 6-2 Enable time synchronization on ESX/ESXi
6.3.2 Settings for a VMware™ Server 2 Host memory settings
Figure 6-3 Memory settings for VMware Server 2 Host Settings for Proxmox Mail Gateway Virtual Machine Enable VMI Paravirtualization
Figure 6-4 Enable VMI Paravirtualization for Proxmox Mail Gateway Enable time synchronization
Figure 6-5 Enable time synchronization on VMware Server 2 Host
6.4 OpenVZ
7 Troubleshooting and technical support
8 Table of figures
9 Appendix
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