Category Archives: 12.04 LTS

Installing and Configuring Zentyal 3.3 on Ubuntu 12.04-LTS Part 3

Welcome to part three. If you missed part 1, Initial installation and configuration you can see it here. The second part setting up users and domains is here

In part three we will be setting up

  • Email
  • Securing Web Based Email
  • Anti-Spam/Virus Measures
  • Grey Listing

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Installing a Mailserver on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Part 2

In this part we will be adding to the mail server created in Installing A Mailserver on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Part 1, in this part we will be building on that and adding anti-virus and anti-spam software and a tool to greylist emails to cut down on the work our server has to do. This will be added to postfix via amavis-new.

The server called mailserver will end up running the following servers and services. Once all the parts of this series posts are completed.

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Installing and Configuring Zentyal 3.3 on Ubuntu 12.04-LTS Part 2

Welcome to part two of my Zentyal howto. If you missed part 1, you can see it here. it covers the initial configuration installation and getting the network up and usable.

In part two we will be setting up

  • Users
  • Groups
  • File sharing
    • Limited access File sharing
  • Adding machines to the domain.
    • Windows
    • Linux
  • Backing up the Zentyal configuration
  • AND Restoring the Zentyal configuration
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    Installing and Configuring Zentyal 3.3 on Ubuntu 12.04-LTS

    While sorting out this HOWTO and learning how to setup Zentyal I used my Network lab, See how to set up your own. If you do use this then remember to turn of the DHCP server in the router if you intend to use the DHCP server within the Zentyal server.

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    Installing a Mailserver on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS Part 1

    Introduction

    Why I wrote this.

    I wrote this HOWTO after following many other HOWTOs for Postfix and Exim and finding that parts did not work or did not explain how things worked. In short I spent many hours installing and reinstalling, playing around with settings and generally having fun. (I need to get a life) I wrote this HOWTO as record of what I did to get my own mail server up and running. I can now and in the future follow these steps again and rebuild my own mail server. I hope it is of use to others too.

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