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wifi

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Hi all,

I'm about to try Kerio Mailserver on my Clarkconnect Linux OS.

As (I think) Kerio Mailserver needs a X windows based administration consol, I was wondering how this would work with ClarkConnect.

The only way I can do things on ClarkConnect is by using a 'terminal' or 'SSH' session.

Anyone here who can give me some more info about this?

Thank you
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simon

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You should be able to install the mail server without the admin console and then install the admin console on a different computer that does have X, or windows. The admin console will connect to any OS version of KMS.
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welcome wifi :)

as simon says the admin console from the kerio download pages is able to be installed on windows or linux/mac and then connects with port 44337 so open that on the CC box if you are accessing it externally.

keep an eye on its CPU/mem utilisation as well but it tends ot be ok most of the time.


Des Quinn
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wifi

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Thank you simon and desquinn for the reply and info.

I will give it a 'test' go later today.
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Hi. Just FYI: We only support RedHat 9.0+, Fedora Core, and SuSE.

If you are planning to purchase the product and wish to recieve support, you will need to run the mailserver and administration console on one of those operating systems.

Joshua Thomas
Technical Support Manager
2350 Mission College Blvd, Suite 400
Santa Clara, CA 95054
Phone: (408) 496-4500
Fax: (408) 496-6902
http://www.kerio.com/support.html

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wifi

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Kerio_jthomas wrote on Wed, 17 August 2005 18:20

Hi. Just FYI: We only support RedHat 9.0+, Fedora Core, and SuSE.

If you are planning to purchase the product and wish to recieve support, you will need to run the mailserver and administration console on one of those operating systems.


Hi Kerio_jthomas,

Looks (for now) that Kerio is a great product!

I got it working on ClarkConnect 3.1 in one go!

As ClarkConnect is the only Linux system on this network I needed to download the full package for a Windows system also to get the "Administration Console".

It's all setup nice now, and I will be doing some more testing the following days!

Congratulations for a great product!
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desquinn

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Kerio_jthomas wrote on Wed, 17 August 2005 17:20

Hi. Just FYI: We only support RedHat 9.0+, Fedora Core, and SuSE.

If you are planning to purchase the product and wish to recieve support, you will need to run the mailserver and administration console on one of those operating systems.

Another FYI

Clarkconnect is a Redhat (now Centos) based distribution that is aimed at being a soho firewall / SBS replacement.

Des Quinn
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