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Enterprise Software Thread, Spam Filter in Technical; Originally Posted by Darylrese oh ok i already have a windows server 2008 r2 VM ready to go, i get ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Darylrese View Post
    oh ok i already have a windows server 2008 r2 VM ready to go, i get what you mean now. We use VSphere for virtual machines
    Ah ok - well I would just create a new VM with MailCleaner. I run mine on as said above 1.5gb ram 60gb drive - choose the ISO to install from and away you go.

    saves you a windows license! Total install time is about 20 mins.

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    excellent will give it a go cheers! I just need to find out how to copy the ISO accross to our ISO store now haha first time i've had to do it, no idea where to find it, only had the system for a couple of months

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darylrese View Post
    excellent will give it a go cheers! I just need to find out how to copy the ISO accross to our ISO store now haha first time i've had to do it, no idea where to find it, only had the system for a couple of months
    open up the vmware client - select a host - go to configuation - storage, select a datastore and browse hit upload.

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    Its that easy!

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    thanks mate, it was easy! I now need to find an IP for it. What else do i need to setup?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darylrese View Post
    thanks mate, it was easy! I now need to find an IP for it. What else do i need to setup?
    Password - then go to the web interface set the domain up and the destination and choose the RBLS to lookup agaisnt and point mail to it,

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    ive got the the mailcleaner login screen, do i need to give it an IP etc?
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    It's probably set to use DHCP, so you'll need to switch it over to whatever static IP you wanted to use.

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    ok thanks, think i might start again as none of the commands are working.

    Does MailCleaner allow any kind of user access? The boss has just told me he's after a filter which the users can see a report of what they were sent and can approve / disallow themselves at the end of the day???

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    Yes it does, if you set it up. You did read the installation docs didn't you?

    documentation:installation [Mailcleaner]

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    EXCELLENT.

    Yes i did, however, the instructions arnt that accurate. I installed it, de attached ISO, rebooted and then it goes straight into installation, completed on its own, asked for a password and ID, all the services started and now i have this screen:

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    If i login with 'root' and password of 'def', im not sure what to do next. I cant ping 192.168.1.101 and the command > /root/bin/ip_configurator doesnt work! Tried connecting with Putty no joy either?
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    post the output from 'ifconfig' and 'find / -name ip_configurator'
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    also 'ps aux | grep ssh'

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    It won't have ssh enabled - you enable that from the web interface - Is your VM on the correct VMware VSwitch - if you type ifconfig you should get its IP and then access that from a browser.

    it will also allow user logins.

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