Hi, I yust installed KMS on CentOS 5.3 32bit version running the Admin from an OpenSuSe 65bit version.
Installation went smooth.
My problem is still clamd. Found the description in the forum and the faqs, so for this is a testenv nor firewall or SeLinux are active.
Clamav can be started with service clamd start and is running.
KMS won't use ClamAV "Unable to initialize plugin, error: Clam AntiVirus has closed the session".
Question, does McAffe plugin work on linux??
As a second question I need a "best practice" guide for the configuration for this is my first Kerio install. Befor I always used egroupware with dovecot and getmail or postfix <-> courier stuff.
Our Mailserver is on the local network and not reachable by the internet.
We have POP3-Mailboxes from our ISP, where each user get his UN/PWD
So the localdomain differs from the maildomain of the ISP
Emailadresses from ISP have ourdomain.be
I'd like kerio to run as an IMAP-Server
how do I setup the domain and users??
Do I need to add ourdomain.be as secondary domain??
Do I have to setup smtp to use the smtpserver of our ISP as relay (no smarthost)??
Are users added under the local or the external domain or both??
Greetings from Belgium, Sascha
O.k., after some RTFM and RTFF I found that the actual KMS does not support clamav 0.95.
Solution --> using clamav 0.94 now.
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