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Enterprise Software Thread, Spam Filter in Technical; Originally Posted by Geoff post the output from 'ifconfig' and 'find / -name ip_configurator' 'find / -name ip_configurator' does nothing ...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff View Post
    post the output from 'ifconfig' and 'find / -name ip_configurator'
    'find / -name ip_configurator' does nothing

    'ipconfig' says -bash ipconfig: command not found.

    I cant ping the default IP or the one i set. After populating the network details theres a 5min period before it goes back to the menu screen...the installation video shows it as being instant...is that normal?

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    ifconfig not ipconfig. Also I believe mailcleaner is a Debian based distro so the networking config will be in '/etc/networking/interfaces'. Edit that file with a text editor then reboot.

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    sorry just realised it was ifconfig not ipconfig haha. Heres the result:

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    I cant ping 10.93.10.210 or browse to https://10.93.10.210/admin
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    Is that an IP within your network range? Did it get it from DHCP?

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    i manually set it to our server ip range so yes it is indeed. how do i change it to pick up from DHCP?

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    edit '/etc/networking/interfaces' are you sure that's what you want though?

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    i managed to find a command to pick up from DHCP, it picked up a random address which almost worked, it said not a trusted cirtificate in the broswer, clicked continue, it changed address to https://mailcleaner/admin but then said page cannot be displayed

    Maybe i will try a staff VLAN address instead of a server VLAN ip.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Geoff View Post
    edit '/etc/networking/interfaces' are you sure that's what you want though?
    Do i need to install an editor atall? i cant type straight into the text...sorry im a complete linux noob which is why i have 100001 questions!

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    Your best bet (if it's installed) is 'nano' failing that use 'vi' (its not quite as straightforward to use). You'll need a static DNS entry put in your DNS server for the machine if it's not running DHCP. Otherwise if you run DHCP you'll need a static lease and also have to alter the dhcpclient config so it updates it's DNS records itself (unlike Windows, Linux wont do this unless you tell it to). Leaving it on a dynamic is probably not a good idea if you want to send mail through it.

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    reinstalled with different IP address, still no luck getting a responce from it.

    We are going to see if we can use the built in junk filter in outlook to give control to the users, has anyone else used this feature before? Having problems getting the whitelist / blackloist to work through GPO

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    It's not very effective unless you go the full Forefront route.

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    We are licensed for forefront, how does that work? does it have any user interaction atall?

    The biggest problem is genuine email gets marked as SPAM, some people want addresses blocked, others want them unblocked

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    anyone used Sophos Pure Message before? Thats another one we are already licensed for.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Darylrese View Post
    anyone used Sophos Pure Message before? Thats another one we are already licensed for.
    Not used Sophos - Have used Mail Marshall, Smoothwall and this Mail Cleaner.

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