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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
  • 3.4.4.1 Configuring local DNS blacklist caches
  • Figure 3-4 Enable local RLB cache – Spamhaus.org and Dsbl.org
  • 3.4.5 Receiver Verification
  • 3.4.5.1 Proxmox Solutions
  • 3.4.5.2 Enabling Verify Receivers
  • 3.4.5.2.1 Settings for Exchange 2003 SP2
  • Figure 3-8 Exchange 2003: Filter recipients 3
  • 3.4.5.2.2 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
  • 6.3.1.1 Settings for the Proxmox Mail Gateway Virtual Machine
  • 6.3.1.1.1 RAM settings
  • 6.3.1.1.2 VMware Tools
  • 6.3.1.1.3 Enable VMI Paravirtualization
  • 6.3.1.1.4 Enable time synchronization
  • Figure 6-2 Enable time synchronization on ESX/ESXi
  • 6.3.2 Settings for a VMware™ Server 2
  • 6.3.2.1 Host memory settings
  • Figure 6-3 Memory settings for VMware Server 2 Host
  • 6.3.2.2 Settings for Proxmox Mail Gateway Virtual Machine
  • 6.3.2.2.3 Enable VMI Paravirtualization
  • Figure 6-4 Enable VMI Paravirtualization for Proxmox Mail Gateway
  • 6.3.2.2.4 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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1 2 Introduction .................................................................................................... 5 Proxmox Mail Gateway Integration ..................................................................... 6 2.1 E-mail system without Proxmox ................................................................... 6 2.2 E-mail system with Proxmox ........................................................................ 6 2.3 Proxmox in the Intranet .............................................................................. 8 2.3.1 Default port settings ............................................................................ 8 2.3.2 Alternative port settings (e.g. for MS Exchange) ..................................... 8 2.4 Proxmox in DMZ (demilitarized zone) ...........................................................10 2.5 Proxmox with multiple e-mail server and mail domains ..................................11 Performance Tuning ........................................................................................12 3.1 Hardware benchmarks ...............................................................................12 3.2 Backup MX ...............................................................................................12 3.3 Local DNS cache........................................................................................12 3.4 Blocking Emails on SMTP level ....................................................................13 3.4.1 Greylisting.........................................................................................13 3.4.2 Sender Policy Framework – SPF ...........................................................14 3.4.3 Real time Blacklists (RBL)....................................................................14 3.4.4 Local DNS RBL cache – Spamhaus Datafeed Service ...............................15 3.4.4.1 Configuring local DNS blacklist caches ............................................15 3.4.5 Receiver Verification ...........................................................................16 3.4.5.1 Proxmox Solutions .......................................................................16 3.4.5.2 Enabling Verify Receivers ..............................................................17 3.4.5.2.1 Settings for Exchange 2003 SP2 ..................................................18 3.4.5.2.2 Settings for Exchange 2007 SP1 ..................................................21 Rule System ...................................................................................................22 4.1 Default Rules ............................................................................................24 4.1.1 Block Viruses .....................................................................................24 4.1.2 Virus Alert .........................................................................................24 4.1.3 Block Dangerous Files .........................................................................25 4.1.4 Mark Spam ........................................................................................25 4.2 Custom Rules............................................................................................26 4.2.1 Enable Spam and Virus quarantine .......................................................26 4.2.2 Enable Spam quarantine for just a selection of users ..............................26 4.2.3 Enable Spam quarantine for existing LDAP users ....................................27 4.2.4 Block Spam e-mails with a score higher 10 ............................................29 4.2.5 BCC object – An simple archive solution ................................................33 4.2.6 Block Video and Audio Attachments ......................................................33 4.2.7 Add Admin Notification to Rules ...........................................................34 4.2.8 Preventing directory harvesting attacks with LDAP object ........................34 4.2.9 Block Video and Audio Attachments for LDAP Groups ..............................35 Proxmox HA Cluster – High availability ..............................................................37 5.1 Load Balancing with MX Records..................................................................38 5.2 Multiple Address Records ............................................................................39 5.3 Using third party Firewall features ...............................................................39 Hardware selection and Virtualization ................................................................40 6.1 Physical Hardware .....................................................................................40 6.1.1 Certified Hardware .............................................................................40 6.2 Proxmox VE (http://pve.proxmox.com) ........................................................40 6.3 VMware™ .................................................................................................40 6.3.1 Settings for VMware™ ESX, ESXi and vSphere .......................................41 6.3.1.1 Settings for the Proxmox Mail Gateway Virtual Machine ....................41 6.3.1.1.1 RAM settings .............................................................................41 6.3.1.1.2 VMware Tools............................................................................41 6.3.1.1.3 Enable VMI Paravirtualization ......................................................41 6.3.1.1.4 Enable time synchronization .......................................................42
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6.3.2 Settings for a VMware™ Server 2 .........................................................42 6.3.2.1 Host memory settings...................................................................42 6.3.2.2 Settings for Proxmox Mail Gateway Virtual Machine ..........................43 6.3.2.2.1 RAM settings .............................................................................43 6.3.2.2.2 VMware Tools............................................................................43 6.3.2.2.3 Enable VMI Paravirtualization ......................................................43 6.3.2.2.4 Enable time synchronization .......................................................44 6.4 OpenVZ....................................................................................................45 7 Troubleshooting and technical support ...............................................................47 8 Table of figures ...............................................................................................48 9 Appendix .......................................................................................................49

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E-mail is an essential service for any organization.com  www. A missed e-mail could mean a lost opportunity. reliability.com 1 Introduction The huge amount of e-mail traffic is a challenge for every e-mail environment.2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 5  49 . © 21. Proxmox Mail Gateway temporarily stores the message in the e-mail queue for later transfer. it is analyzed and forwarded to your e-mail server which is responsible for sending the e-mail to the receiver. or it could cause a public-relations problem that no organization would want. and professionally managed e-mail improves organizational workflow and customer satisfaction.Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox. regulation under public law and e-mail threads like viruses or Phishing attacks.05. The process works similar for outgoing e-mails. The daily e-mail routine brings along some major problems. Note: See also the Proxmox Mail Gateway Administration Guide for a detailed product description. this includes: performance. If the email server is not working.proxmox. This document covers samples and deployment information how to integrate and customize Proxmox in your e-mail environment. How does Proxmox work? When an e-mail arrives at the Proxmox Mail Gateway.

see chapter 5 Proxmox HA Cluster – High availability. For high availability and maximum performance it is recommended to use a Proxmox HA Cluster.2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 6  49 . one port for outgoing e-mails. Figure 2-2 Incoming e-mail with Proxmox Mail Gateway © 21. One port is assigned to incoming.1 E-mail system without Proxmox In a sample configuration. your e-mail traffic (SMTP) arrives on the firewall and will be forwarded directly to your e-mail server.proxmox.2 E-mail system with Proxmox A single Proxmox Mail Gateway Server can handle unlimited mail domains with multiple internal mail servers and millions of e-mails per day.com  www.com 2 Proxmox Mail Gateway Integration 2. You can manage incoming and outgoing e-mail traffic.05. With the integrated Proxmox system all your e-mail traffic is forwarded to the Proxmox Mail Gateway which filters the whole e-mail traffic and removes unwanted e-mails. Proxmox Mail Gateway can process incoming AND outgoing SMTP traffic by using different ports. Figure 2-1 System without Proxmox Mail Gateway 2.Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox.

because he communicates with your customers. 2. Proxmox outgoing e-mail scanning feature is an additional protection to avoid that.com  www. Proxmox is able to detect viruses sent from an internal host. I many countries you are liable for not sending viruses to other people.05. This has two major advantages: Figure 2-3 Outgoing with Proxmox Mail Gateway 1.proxmox. Statistics about incoming e-mails looks nice.2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 7  49 . Solution which does not scan outgoing mail can’t do that.com Many mail filter solutions do not scan outgoing mails.Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox. Proxmox can gather statistics about outgoing e-mails too. Consider two users. Opposed to that Proxmox Mail Gateway is designed to scan both incoming and outgoing mails. but they are quite useless. © 21. While user-2 receiver 5 mails from a customer and sent 5 mails back. Which user do you consider more active? I am sure its user-2. user1 receives 10 mails from news portals and wrote 1 mail to a person you never heard from. Proxmox advanced address statistics can show you this important information.

Note: Proxmox receives the outgoing e-mails on port 26. port 26.proxmox. changing MS Exchange to another sending port will have impact on Exchange internals and it’s not recommend) To receive e-mails you have to do port forwarding at your Firewall.2 Alternative port settings (e.3 Proxmox in the Intranet 2.Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox. © 21. using standard port 25.3. So that you’re external IP and port 25 shows to the Proxmox Mail Gateway IP and port 26.com  www. Figure 2-4 Incoming default port settings (port 25) Outgoing Mails: Configure your mail server to send all e-mails to the Proxmox Mail Gateway.g.3. After processing.2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 8  49 . so Proxmox knows its internal trusted e-mail.com 2.g. Figure 2-5 Outgoing default port settings (port 26) 2. for MS Exchange) Sometimes it is not possible to change the outgoing port due to third party software limitations or existing network configurations (e.05. Proxmox sends the e-mails to Internet.1 Default port settings The default configuration of the Proxmox Mail Gateway uses port 25 for incoming and port 26 for outgoing e-mails.

Figure 2-7 Outgoing alternative port settings (port 25) © 21.com Figure 2-6 Incoming alternative port settings (port 26) With MS Exchange you should not use port 26 for outgoing so you have to switch these two values (25 and 26).com  www. In the end you have to use port 25 for outgoing and port 26 for incoming mails.05.proxmox.Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox.2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 9  49 .

0 255.255.2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 10  49 .255.proxmox.168.0.168.255.255. for example: Interface eth0 eth1 eth2 Zone Local Internet DMZ IP Address 192.Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox.com  www.2 192.255.05.0 255.255.1 10.16.1 Net mask 255.com 2.0 Figure 2-8 Proxmox in DMZ © 21.4 Proxmox in DMZ (demilitarized zone) To run a DMZ Zone you have to adjust your Firewall settings.0.1. The intranet (Local) and DMZ needs to have different IP Networks.

proxmox.2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 11  49 . In the e-mail proxy transport section add the IP addresses or hostname. otherwise it will not work! © 21.com to your first e-mail server.5 Proxmox with multiple e-mail server and mail domains You can use Proxmox Mail Gateway sending e-mails to different internal e-mail servers.com 2.com  www.Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox.domain. For example you can send e-mails addressed to domain. SMTP ports and mail domains of your additional e-mail servers.05. and e-mails addressed to subdomain.com to a second one. Figure 2-9 Multiple e-mail servers Note: you need for each domain an appropriate license.

It is recommended to enable it if you do not have access to fast (internal) DNS servers.2 Backup MX Using your ISPs mail server is not a good idea.26 ms DNS INT: 1.com 3 Performance Tuning 3.05 ms (domain.com) DNSBL: 35.org) proxmox:~# Please compare your results against this reference. Figure 3-1 Use local DNS Cache © 21. because many ISPs do not use advanced spam prevention techniques.1 Hardware benchmarks Please use the command line tool “proxperf” to get an overview about your hardware and DNS performance. Note: Never run “proxperf” if the system is under load.com. you can never benefit of blocking spam messages on SMTP level.Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox.proxmox.38 MB/sec AVERAGE SEEK TIME: 8. Here is a sample output of “proxperf”: proxmox:~# proxperf CPU BOGOMIPS: 8489.47 ms (zen. If you get lower results please analyze your hardware and DNS setup – for comments email your results to support@proxmox.2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 12  49 .3 Local DNS cache Proxmox includes a local DNS cache.89 GB (/dev/sda2) BUFFERED READS: 116. it is recommended to run a second Proxmox server in HA Cluster mode to avoid lower spam detection rates 3.com  www.05.spamhaus.09 ms FSYNCS/SECOND: 1084. 3.51 DNS EXT: 46. or if you want to reduce the load on those servers. And spammers know this and they use your ISP backup MX to work around your Proxmox spam filtering.64 REGEX/SECOND: 410814 HD SIZE: 6. If you need redundancy. Additionally.

   The IP address of the connecting host The envelope sender address The envelope recipient address The client is checked against the mail server's internal whitelists (if any) first. he will never be greylisted. you can reduce your email traffic by more than 90 %. a legitimate server will attempt to connect again later on to deliver the e-mail.proxmox. if the triplet has never been seen before.2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 13  49 . If a sender has a valid SPF record. The assumption is that since temporary failures are built into the RFC specifications for e-mail delivery. This feature can reduce e-mail traffic up to 50%. it is greylisted for a period of time (how much time is dependent on the server configuration).1 Greylisting Typically. filling up the queue. The e-mail is rejected with a temporary error.com  www.Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox. By doing the following. If you want to exclude some senders or receivers from getting blocked on the SMTP level.4 Blocking Emails on SMTP level Blocking emails before they reach your network saves your internet bandwidth and reduces processing power. Greylisted e-mails never reach your mail server and your mail server will stop sending useless "Non Delivery Reports" to spammers. just enter in the Mail proxy whitelist. depends on your environment. © 21. a server that utilizes Greylisting will record the following three pieces of information (referred to as triplet) for all incoming e-mail.com 3.4.05. Figure 3-2 Mail proxy whitelist 3. Then. Greylisting is effective because many mass e-mail tools utilized by spammers are not set up to handle temporary failures (or any failures for that matter) so the Spam is never received.

org Figure 3-3 Enable RBL checks © 21. When receiving a message from a domain. SPF works by domains publishing "reverse MX" records to tell the world what machines send email for the domain.) to the machines that perform those services. All domains already publish e-mail (MX) records to tell the world what machines receive e-mail for the domain. 3.4.Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox. Proxmox use the following RBL providers by default: • Spamhaus.2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 14  49 .org for setting up a SPF for your mail domain. e-mail.com  www.org • dsbl.com 3. Note: see http://www. that you deploy a valid SPF record for your mail domain. the recipient can check those records to make sure e-mail is coming from where it should be coming from.proxmox. Therefore Proxmox has to query the RBL server for every SMTP connection.openspf.4.05. etc.2 Sender Policy Framework – SPF Domains use public records (DNS) to direct requests for different services (web. Please make sure.3 Real time Blacklists (RBL) Proxmox can use RBL checks on SMTP level to reject e-mails.

41 * * * * proxblsync --spamhaus rsync1.com HowTo: Synchronize DNS blacklist to the Proxmox server Local sync is done via proxblsync. but you can also use any other server within your network. If these servers are under heavy it cannot be guaranteed that you will get an answer – also if you are running a high traffic site it is recommended to locally cache both RBL´s. Proxmox can use local DNS blacklist caches of spamhaus.org -mailto root Note: “11.org:ip4tset:xbl \ list.4.org:ip4set:dsbl" © 21.spamhaus.4 Local DNS RBL cache – Spamhaus Datafeed Service Each e-mail leads to a DNS query to the RBL server of spamhaus and dsbl.spamhaus.org and dsbl.0. Next.com 3. For details visit http://www.Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox. configure the RBLDNS daemon configuration file: nano /etc/default/rbldnsd RBLDNSD=".spamhaus. You can use your Proxmox Server to download the blacklists.org:ip4trie:pbl \ xbl.spamhaus.4.dsbl.spamhaus.05. or '127.41” stands for the minutes of each hour.proxmox.dsbl.1 Configuring local DNS blacklist caches Some DNS blacklist providers offers data feed services.org:ip4tset:xbl \ zen. usually started via cron. Note: Spamhaus data feed is a commercial service – additional license/account required. please replace these values with the one in your spamhaus datafeed license.-r/var/lib/rbldns -f -b127. 3. Proxmox can synchronize these blacklists locally to provide quality of service and speed up the query time. You can locally mirror blacklist data making queries to remote DNS servers unnecessary. Please log in to the console and configure the following: crontab –e 11.org:ip4set:sbl \ zen.0.com  www. Just set the IP address of your local mirror.0.org:ip4set:sbl \ pbl.org.spamhaus.4.2 \ sbl.org:ip4trie:pbl \ zen.0.proxmox.1' to disable it (default).2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 15  49 .spamhaus.org --dsbl rsync.

This could be up to 95 % of junk messages.5.2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 16  49 .4.1 Proxmox Solutions Proxmox can detect these e-mails to non-existing users on SMTP level. In short. e-mail domains are receiving a lot of e-mails to non-existing users.5 Receiver Verification Nowadays. In short.com  www. up to 90 % Your internal e-mail server is now working for you again Reduced load on your scanners.Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox.4.org and Dsbl.org 3.proxmox.com Start the RBLDNS service: /etc/init. redirect query to local mirror: Figure 3-4 Enable local RLB cache – Spamhaus.05. this means for your systems:     reduced traffic. 90 % less e-mails to analyze for spam and viruses Good performance and costs © 21.d/rbldnsd start Finally. this means for your systems:     Increased traffic on your internet connection Your e-mail server is handling junk e-mails instead of working for you High load on your scanners Slow overall performance and high costs 3. which means BEFORE the e-mails are transferred to your networks.

that in the case of a short downtime of your internal mail server no messages are lost.2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 17  49 .com  www.1 Settings for Exchange 2003 SP2 Figure 3-5 Enable Verify Receivers © 21. Note: Your internal e-mail server has to be reconfigured to reject unknown user.com 3.2 Enabling Verify Receivers You can enable this option on the admin interface (Configuration/Mail Proxy/Options) We recommend selecting yes (450).2.Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox.5.4.4.proxmox.05. 450 means. see chapter 3.5. For settings on Exchange 2003 SP2. Proxmox is doing a short query to the internal e-mail server to check if the user is valid.

Figure 3-6 Exchange 2003: Filter recipients 1 © 21.05.com 3.proxmox.4.2.1 Settings for Exchange 2003 SP2 You have to enable Recipient Filtering. please use the Exchange System Manager.Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox.2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 18  49 .com  www.5.

com  www.com Figure 3-7 Exchange 2003: Filter recipients 2 © 21.05.proxmox.Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox.2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 19  49 .

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proxmox.05.\install-AntispamAgents Restart the Microsoft Exchange Transport service Figure 3-10 Exchange 2007 SP1: Install Anti-Spam agent Now you can enable Recipient Filtering on the Anti-Spam agent. make sure that you have the Exchange 2007 Anti-Spam agent. Figure 3-11 Exchange 2007 SP1: Filter recipients 1 © 21.com 3.4. please use the Exchange Management Console.2.2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 21  49 . Open the Exchange Management Shell cd “c:\program files\Microsoft\Exchange Server\Scripts” . If you installed a typical one server installation. 4. this is NOT installed by default.Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox.2 Settings for Exchange 2007 SP1 First.5. 2. 3.com  www. Microsoft provides an install script to manually install the Anti-Spam agent: 1.

domains. TO.com Figure 3-12 Exchange 2007 SP1: Filter recipients 2 4 Rule System The object-oriented rule system enables custom rules for your domains. Every rule has got 5 categories (FROM.2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 22  49 .com  www. For example enable Archive Solutions with BCC Object (Blind carbon copy. time frame.object Example: Does the e-mail contain spam? Action .     Who . WHEN.Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox.05. ACTION) which can contain several objects. It’s an easy but very powerful way to define filter rules by user.Who is the sender or receiver of the e-mail? When .object Example: Mark e-mail with "SPAM:" in the subject. content type and resulting action. © 21.object Example: When is the e-mail received by Proxmox Mail Gateway? What . WHAT.object For TO and/or FROM Category Example: Mail object .proxmox. recipients not visible in the "To" field) to Mailbox or to a Public Folder      FROM: Anybody TO: Anybody WHEN: Always WHAT: Mail ACTION: BCC to Publicfolder In most of the countries worldwide a company has to forward all e-mails to there employees this includes spam e-mails as well.

which reduces the usefulness of e-mail as a practical tool. It can be easy integrated in existing E-mail architecture. Hundreds of active spammers sending this volume of mail results in information overload for many computer users who receive tens or even hundreds of junk messages each day. Lotus Domino. At present the usefulness of e-mail is being threatened by three phenomena: spamming.com  www. Spamming is unsolicited commercial e-mail. highly customized configurations blocking certain types of e-mails and generating notifications. Microsoft Exchange. The combination of spam and worm programs results in users receiving a constant drizzle of junk e-mail. pishing and e-mail worms. © 21. Because of the very low cost of sending email. anti-pishing and antivirus software is essential. E-mail worms use e-mail as a way of replicating themselves into vulnerable computers.g.05. Based on the design as software appliance one of the strengths of Proxmox Mail Gateway is its flexibility. To increase the efficiency of e-mail communications the use of anti-spam. spammers can send hundreds of millions of e-mail messages each day over an inexpensive internet connection. Postfix …). For example a virus protection looks like this:      FROM: Anybody TO: Anybody WHEN: Always WHAT: Virus ACTION: Block Options range from simple spam and virus filter setups to sophisticated. It’s compatible to every type of mail server or MTA (e.Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox.com For example to send Spam mails in quarantine      FROM: Anybody TO: Anybody WHEN: Always WHAT: Spam ACTION: Quarantine With this kind of setup the receiver gets detailed Information about the Spam e-mails.proxmox. Quarantine can be enabled just for existing LDAP groups or via BCC to Public Folders or Mailboxes. With the deployment of Proxmox Mail Gateway you get the job done.2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 23  49 .

1.2 Virus Alert This rule blocks all outgoing virus e-mail and informs the admin and sender via e-mail notification.2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 24  49 .1 Block Viruses This rule blocks all incoming virus e-mail and informs the admin via e-mail notification.Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox. Figure 4-1 Rule: Block Viruses 4. Figure 4-2 Rule: Virus Alert © 21.1 Default Rules 4.com 4.proxmox.05.com  www.1.

1.bat.Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox.com 4...com.2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 25  49 . Figure 4-4 Rule: Mark Spam © 21.1.vbs. …) Figure 4-3 Rule: Block Dangerous Files 4.4 Mark Spam This rule identifies spam and modifies the spam level and the e-mail subject.com  www.05.proxmox.3 Block Dangerous Files This rule removes dangerous attachments from incoming e-mails (.

2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 26  49 . Use the existing (inactive) rule “Spam Quarantine” and set higher priority than the “Mark Spam” rule (e.com 4. Create a new WHO object.proxmox. give a name like “Quarantine Users” and add the users or domains to this object 2. 4.1 Enable Spam and Virus quarantine Activate or change the Spam and/or Virus rule with the existing action object “Quarantine”.05.2 Custom Rules Proxmox provides samples for custom rules to show the functionality. Figure 4-5 Add “Quarantine” action to rule “Mark Spam” 4. 81) 3. Activate the rule © 21. For support or help configuring rules see the Proxmox support forum at: http://www. create a new WHO object containing these users or domains.Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox.2.com  www.g.com/forum/ or contact a Proxmox partner.proxmox.2 Enable Spam quarantine for just a selection of users If you want to use the spam quarantine for specific users or a specific domain (and for the rest just “Mark Spam”). Add the WHO object “Quarantine Users” 4. 1.2.

give a name like “Existing LDAP address” and add the LDAP group “Existing LDAP address” 2.05. Use the existing (inactive) rule “Spam Quarantine” and set higher priority than the “Mark Spam” rule (e. you can use the LDAP query “Existing LDAP”.proxmox.com Figure 4-6 Enable Spam quarantine for just a selection of users 4.com  www.2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 27  49 . Create a new WHO object.Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox. 81) 3.2. 1. Activate the rule Figure 4-7 Create WHO object “Existing LDAP address” © 21. Add the WHO object “Existing LDAP address” 4.3 Enable Spam quarantine for existing LDAP users If you want to use the spam quarantine only for existing internal e-mail addresses.g.

05.proxmox.com Figure 4-8 Enable Spam quarantine for existing LDAP addresses © 21.Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox.2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 28  49 .com  www.

2.2. 4. set Direction to “In” Figure 4-12 Add What Object “Spam Level 10” to the rule Figure 4-13 Add Action Object “Block” to the rule Figure 4-14 Final review (still inactive) Figure 4-15 Activate rule Figure 4-16 Figure 4-9 Add new What Object © 21.com 4.4 Block Spam e-mails with a score higher 10 The default setting marks Spam with a score higher 5 and delivers the e-mail to the user. 7.2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 29  49 .com  www.proxmox.g. you can block Spam with a score higher 10 to reduce the delivery of spam e-mails to the user. 5.Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox. With this additional rule.05. e. “Spam Level 10” Figure 4-9 Add “Spam Filter” to the Object Figure 4-10 Set the Set Spam Filter to Level 10 Figure 4-11 Add new Rule. e. 8. 6.g. Set Priority to 81 (higher than the “Mark Spam” rule!. give a name. “Delete Spamlevel 10”. Create a new “What Object”. give a name. 1. 3.

com  www.com Figure 4-10 Add Spam Filter to a What Object Figure 4-11 Set Spam Filter to Level 10 © 21.2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 30  49 .proxmox.05.Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox.

Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox.com Figure 4-12 Add new Rule Figure 4-13 Add What Object to a Rule © 21.2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 31  49 .05.proxmox.com  www.

proxmox.Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox.2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 32  49 .com Figure 4-14 Add Action Object to a Rule Figure 4-15 Final Review of Rule (still inactive) © 21.com  www.05.

Add Action Object “BCC to Archive Public folder or Mailbox” to the rule How to create a Mail Enable Public Folder under Exchange 2000/2003? 1. “Block Multimedia Files”. Exchange creates the e-mail address 4. Add What Object “Multimedia” to the rule © 21. 1.proxmox.2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 33  49 . Create a new rule.2. Set appropriate client permission (note: anonymous must have the right to create items) 6. Under “Receiver”. e.Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox.com Figure 4-16 Activate Rule 4. "Mail enable" the public folder via Exchange system manager – right click an select “Mail Enable” 3.2. Create a public folder in Exchange (Exchange System Manager or via Outlook) 2. Right click the folder an check the e-mail address (or change it. if you want). remember e-mail address 5. Optional: Set age limit: select “Limits” and set the age limit to 90 days (all messages older than 90 days will be automatically deleted) 4. Click on an already existing rule or create a new one 4. Wait a few minutes. Create an Action Object: “Add BCC Object”. name it “BCC to Archive Public folder or Mailbox” 2. you can also send a copy to a mail enabled public folder.5 BCC object – An simple archive solution If you need to archive e-mails it’s useful to send a copy to a special mailbox.05.6 Block Video and Audio Attachments 1. If you have Microsoft Exchange. type the e-mail address of the public folder/Mailbox 3. define direction and set priority 2.com  www.g.

2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 34  49 . “Unknown LDAP” 2. give a name. The Mail Gateway can check incoming e-mail addresses against valid e-mail addresses in your organization. Activate the rule 4. Add Action Object “Block” to the rule 4. 1. Create a new “WHO Object”.com 3. Add new rule. just add a notify to see results – be careful with block action) 8. “Unknown LDAP”. 4. 3. Add an “LDAP Group” to the Object.Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox. So you just block attacks from spammers and you still are able to send NDR to people just mistyping an e-mail address. it should be member of the Unknown LDAP group. Add the WHAT “Spam” to the rule 7.com  www. Final review (still inactive) 5. Click on the desired rule 2. 1. it should not be member. © 21. Add the WHO object “Unknown LDAP” from above to the rule (as “to”) 6.proxmox.7 Add Admin Notification to Rules If you block mails it’s useful to inform the Proxmox Admin.05. set direction to “in” 5.2.2. e. If you type an unknown e-mail address. then click save. Activate the rule Note: Add always the “Spam” object – because most directory attacks are also spam. If you type a valid e-mail address. set priority to 85 (higher than the “Mark Spam” rule.g. Add the ACTION object “block” (for testing. give a name. select “Any profile” and “Unknown LDAP Address”.8 Preventing directory harvesting attacks with LDAP object The LDAP group object “Unknown LDAP address” can be used to prevent directory harvesting attacks. e.g. Add the “notify Admin” action to the rule 4. Now you can test your object against e-mail addresses. Final review (still inactive) 9.

com Figure 4-17 Unknown LDAP address rule 4. © 21.2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 35  49 . e.Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox. We assume you have a LDAP group called “Staff”. give a name. “Staff”  Add “LDAP Group” to the Object. select “your LDAP Profile” and select “Staff” from the dropdown menu. “Block Multimedia for Staff”.g. set priority to 70. click save. click save  Add the WHO object “Staff” from above to the rule (as “to”)  Add the WHAT “Multimedia” to the rule  Add the ACTION object “Remove Attachments”  Final review (still inactive)  Activate the rule Note: Removed attachments from e-mails are replaced with a text file.com  www.  Create a new “WHO Object”. On the other side. Most people like sending joke videos and audio files via e-mail – this grows up your users mailboxes.9 Block Video and Audio Attachments for LDAP Groups The LDAP groups can be used to apply special settings to groups.g. e. set direction to “in”.proxmox. you do not want to block these funny things for everybody. give a name.2.  Now you can test your object against e-mail addresses  Add new rule.05.

05.proxmox.com Figure 4-18 Block video and Audio attachment for LDAP group “Staff” © 21.com  www.2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 36  49 .Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox.

which provides extremely good performance.proxmox.com 5 Proxmox HA Cluster – High availability We are living in a world where e-mail becomes more and more important .05.Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox.com  www. Figure 5-1 Proxmox HA Cluster with load balanced MX records © 21. The Proxmox HA Cluster consists of a master and several nodes (minimum one node). Special considerations where taken to make management as easy as possible. Configuration and data is synchronized to all cluster nodes over a VPN tunnel. Complete Cluster setup is done within minutes.2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 37  49 . This provides the following advantages:     centralized configuration management fully redundant data storage high availability high performance Proxmox uses a unique application level clustering scheme. and nodes automatically reintegrate after temporary failures without any operator interaction.failures in email systems are just not acceptable. To meet these requirements we developed the Proxmox HA (High Availability) Cluster. Configuration is done on the master.

com). You will receive mails on both hosts. You have to define two MX records with the same priority. If one host fails the other is used. This is all you need. more or less load-balanced (round-robin scheduling).1 Load Balancing with MX Records It’s quite simple to set up a high performance load balanced mail cluster using MX records.Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox. Many e-mail systems nowadays reject mails from hosts without valid PTR records.proxmox. i.com  www.05. you can use backup/restore to copy the rules). Figure 5-2 Load balancing via MX Records © 21.example.com and mail2. We recommend adding reverse lookup entries (PTR records) for those hosts. You need to have 2 working Proxmox Mail Gateways (mail1.example.2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 38  49 .com 5. each having its own IP address (the rest of the setting should be more or less equal.e.

2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 39  49 . It is also possible to use one MX record per domain.05.com  www.Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox.2 Multiple Address Records Using several DNS MX record is sometime clumsy if you have many domains. but multiple address records: Figure 5-3 Load balancing Multiple Address Records 5.3 Using third party Firewall features Many firewalls can do some kind of RR-Scheduling (round-robin) when using DNAT. © 21. See your firewall manual for more details.com 5.proxmox.

Proxmox delivers prebuilt Virtual Appliances for:    Proxmox VE (http://pve.com/wiki/Proxmox_Mail_Gateway 6.proxmox.com) The Mail Gateway is available as a certified Virtual Appliance for Proxmox VE. Alternative.com 6 Hardware selection and Virtualization Proxmox always needs a dedicated PC or server hardware.000rpm). For all details see http://pve. Installation from the ISO-Image is also fully supported and gives the possibility for custom settings.1 Certified Hardware The latest certified hardware list is published on http://www. For maximum performance we recommend: Hard disks CPU RAM SAS Disk (15. Proxmox can be run under VMware™. 6. preconfigured and certified Virtual Appliance. optimized for the VMware™ Host. Hardware Raid with battery backup and cache enabled Two Quad Core Xeon (5xxx) 4 GB ECC 6. For quick deployment Proxmox delivers a ready to run.27) and we deliver a prebuilt VMware Tools package for installation (already included in the Appliance).3 VMware™ Proxmox runs perfectly under VMware™.3 and later supports VMware™ para-virtualization (Kernel 2.6. Proxmox 2. © 21.com) VMware™ OpenVZ Also known to work (Intel VT or AMD-V needed):       Virtualbox XEN (Full virtualized) Citrix XenServer (Full virtualized) Parallels Server Virtualbox Hyper-V For best performance please use physical hardware or OS virtualization like Proxmox VE (OpenVZ).1 Physical Hardware See http://www.com  www.proxmox.proxmox.proxmox.1.com.proxmox.proxmox. 6.com for certified hardware. OpenVZ and Proxmox VE.2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 40  49 .2 Proxmox VE (http://pve.Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox.05.

the host can show more physical memory to the guest as available by swapping to disks. 6.3.3. This means.1.3 Enable VMI Paravirtualization Figure 6-1 Enable VMI Paravirtualization for Proxmox Mail Gateway on ESX © 21. ESXi and vSphere Proxmox dynamically adapts the number of processes referring to the given memory to maximize performance.1 RAM settings The minimum memory for running Proxmox Mail Gateway is 512 MB RAM.1. A VMware™ host can swap memory between guests and if configured.1.3.com.1 Settings for VMware™ ESX.proxmox.1.1 Settings for the Proxmox Mail Gateway Virtual Machine 6. if Proxmox runs on a machine with 1 GB memory it uses 1 GB of memory.2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 41  49 .1. http://www.3.com 6. for optimal operation you should never assign more memory to virtual machines than is available on the host.com/forum/.com  www. 6. 6. While memory overcommit is possible. Please visit the support forum for detailed instructions and downloads.1.proxmox.Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox. For more details see VMware documentation on http://www.vmware.2 VMware Tools Proxmox precompiles the VMware Tools components for easy installation.05.3.1. This leads to very poor performance.

for optimal operation you should never assign more memory to virtual machines than is available on the host.proxmox.Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox. if Proxmox runs on a machine with 1 GB memory it uses 1 GB of memory. © 21.3.com 6.1.com  www. This leads to very poor performance. the host can show more physical memory to the guest as available by swapping to disks. A VMware™ host can swap memory between guests and if configured.4 Enable time synchronization Figure 6-2 Enable time synchronization on ESX/ESXi 6.com. 6.3. Because the virtual machines are running entirely in RAM. This setting imposes the tightest restrictions on the number and memory size of virtual machines that can run at a given time.1.3.1 Host memory settings Always choose this option: “Fit all virtual machine memory into reserved host RAM” Strictly apply the reserved memory limit set in the top of the panel.05. For more details see VMware documentation on http://www. they have the best possible performance. This means.vmware.2.2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 42  49 . While memory overcommit is possible.2 Settings for a VMware™ Server 2 Proxmox dynamically adapts the number of processes referring to the given memory to maximize performance.

2.Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox.3.3 Enable VMI Paravirtualization © 21.com/forum/.2.3.2. http://www.05. 6.com  www.2.2 VMware Tools Proxmox precompiles the VMware Tools components for easy installation.2.3.proxmox.3.com Figure 6-3 Memory settings for VMware Server 2 Host 6.2.2.1 RAM settings The minimum memory for running Proxmox Mail Gateway is 512 MB RAM.2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 43  49 .proxmox. 6.2 Settings for Proxmox Mail Gateway Virtual Machine 6. Please visit the support forum for detailed instructions and downloads.

com  www.4 Enable time synchronization © 21.Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox.05.3.2.com Figure 6-4 Enable VMI Paravirtualization for Proxmox Mail Gateway 6.2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 44  49 .proxmox.2.

com). For running Proxmox on OpenVZ. Main advantage from Operating System-level server virtualization is minimum overhead which leads to maximum performance.2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 45  49 . For details about OpenVZ.proxmox.05. Proxmox runs on OpenVZ quite as fast as on physical hardware with all advantages from virtualization.4 OpenVZ OpenVZ is an Open Source Operating System-level server virtualization solution. we launched a wiki page on: © 21.Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox.org/. OpenVZ is also used in Proxmox VE (http://pve. OpenVZ supports online migration from a running Proxmox from one hardware node to another without downtime. built on Linux.com Figure 6-5 Enable time synchronization on VMware Server 2 Host 6.com  www.proxmox. please visit http://openvz.

com  www.org/Proxmox_Mail_Gateway_in_VE For online backups of a running OpenVZ. we developed vzdump: http://wiki.org/Backup_of_a_running_VE_with_vzdump © 21.openvz.proxmox.com http://wiki.05.openvz.Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox.2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 46  49 .

com  www.com 7 Troubleshooting and technical support Use the moderated Proxmox support forum or contact a Proxmox partner for their support offerings.com Email support: support@proxmox.2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 47  49 . All information: http://www.Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox.com © 21.proxmox.05.proxmox.

...................39 6-1 Enable VMI Paravirtualization for Proxmox Mail Gateway on ESX .........................27 4-8 Enable Spam quarantine for existing LDAP addresses ........... 7 2-4 Incoming default port settings (port 25) .......10 2-9 Multiple e-mail servers .......................................13 3-3 Enable RBL checks ....35 4-18 Block video and Audio attachment for LDAP group “Staff” ...... 6 2-2 Incoming e-mail with Proxmox Mail Gateway....................................................................................................................12 3-2 Mail proxy whitelist ..................org ..37 5-2 Load balancing via MX Records............................30 4-11 Set Spam Filter to Level 10 .............................26 4-6 Enable Spam quarantine for just a selection of users .............28 4-9 Add new What Object ............................16 3-5 Enable Verify Receivers .........................................29 4-10 Add Spam Filter to a What Object .............................................................................2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 48  49 .........proxmox.............................................38 5-3 Load balancing Multiple Address Records ............................................................................. 8 2-6 Incoming alternative port settings (port 26) ...............................com 8 Table of figures Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure Figure 2-1 System without Proxmox Mail Gateway ......14 3-4 Enable local RLB cache – Spamhaus.................................................................17 3-6 Exchange 2003: Filter recipients 1 ................................19 3-8 Exchange 2003: Filter recipients 3 ..Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox...................................................................................................30 4-12 Add new Rule ........21 3-12 Exchange 2007 SP1: Filter recipients 2........................................................................32 4-16 Activate Rule ..........24 4-2 Rule: Virus Alert ...................................................................................20 3-10 Exchange 2007 SP1: Install Anti-Spam agent .............................................................................................................................27 4-7 Create WHO object “Existing LDAP address” .....................................................................................................................................................org and Dsbl......................................................................22 4-1 Rule: Block Viruses ................25 4-4 Rule: Mark Spam ......................................................................................................................................................36 5-1 Proxmox HA Cluster with load balanced MX records ..................................................com  www..................41 6-2 Enable time synchronization on ESX/ESXi ......................................... 6 2-3 Outgoing with Proxmox Mail Gateway .......05......44 6-5 Enable time synchronization on VMware Server 2 Host ...................................................31 4-13 Add What Object to a Rule .................................................................................42 6-3 Memory settings for VMware Server 2 Host .......................................43 6-4 Enable VMI Paravirtualization for Proxmox Mail Gateway ..................24 4-3 Rule: Block Dangerous Files ....... 9 2-7 Outgoing alternative port settings (port 25) ...........................18 3-7 Exchange 2003: Filter recipients 2 ..........................................................................21 3-11 Exchange 2007 SP1: Filter recipients 1........................31 4-14 Add Action Object to a Rule ..32 4-15 Final Review of Rule (still inactive) ..............45 © 21..................................................33 4-17 Unknown LDAP address rule.............................11 3-1 Use local DNS Cache ................................................................................ 9 2-8 Proxmox in DMZ ....................... 8 2-5 Outgoing default port settings (port 26) ..................................................................................25 4-5 Add “Quarantine” action to rule “Mark Spam” ......................20 3-9 Exchange 2003: Filter recipients 4 .............

proxmox.com .2010 Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH 49  49 .com 9 Appendix Reference document: Mail Gateway AdminGuide You can download the latest version from www.End of document - © 21.Proxmox Server Solutions GmbH Kohlgasse 51/10  A-1050 Vienna  office@proxmox.com  www.proxmox.05.

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