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RE: to set up mail scanning gateway



If I understand your question correctly then what you need to do is forward
inbound emails to your Symantec AV gateway.  You can set this up in your
mailertable....located at /etc/mail/mailertable....

Example entry
Test.com		smtp:symantec.test.com

Of course you will need a dns entry for your smtp server...let me know if
this was what you were looking for. 


Adam Gilstrap


-----Original Message-----
From: geeta cdfd org in [mailto:geeta cdfd org in] 
Sent: Tuesday, March 23, 2004 2:05 PM
To: General Red Hat Linux discussion list
Subject: Re: to set up mail scanning gateway


Hello,

I have the Symantec Antivirus solns for SMTP gateway and I have to install
in a machine and has to configure the network. My present network situation
is in my previous mail.

Regds

Geetha Thanu









---------REPLY TO-------------
Date:Tue Mar 23 13:01:08 CST 2004
FROM: Ed Wilts  <ewilts ewilts org>
To: General Red Hat Linux discussion list  <redhat-list redhat com>
Subject: Re: to set up mail scanning gateway On Tue, Mar 23, 2004 at
10:24:57AM -0800, geeta cdfd org in wrote:
> 
> I like to put my question again clearly, since I am still in a 
> confused state.

I didn't see your earlier query but I'll try to answer this one.
 
> our web,email,DNS servers are all in one machine which is having a 
> public IP natted against private IP in the firewall.
> 
> Now I want to install a mailgateway which scans for viruses and then 
> automatically sends the mail to mail server and again viceversa(from
mail 
> server the mails has to go to mailgateway and then out. 

One of the ways to this is to install MailScanner from
http://www.mailscanner.info.  When properly installed, this separates your
mail on your existing server into multiple queues - for example, I have a
mail queue that receives the incoming mail, lets MailScanner scan it, and
then it moves the mail to an outgoing queue for more processing. 

MailScanner is fairly powerful and supports multiple virus scanning engines.
There is detailed documentation on their web site.  You can do spam
filtering too if you want.

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