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by darky83
07 Nov 2012 14:04
Forum: Discussion
Topic: EFA - Hyper-V
Replies: 15
Views: 10612

Re: EFA - Hyper-V

For networking make sure the 'legacy' networking adapter is connected to a virtual switch.

Weird that it didn't work on your non R2 2008 server, I specialy installed one to test but it worked there :S
by darky83
06 Nov 2012 15:44
Forum: Discussion
Topic: EFA - Hyper-V
Replies: 15
Views: 10612

Re: EFA - Hyper-V

I tested on a non R2 server and all seems to be working fine. Are you using the import option in Hyper-V Manager or just selecting the disks it self? See for example: http://www.howtogeek.com/104148/beginner-how-to-import-and-export-virtual-machines-in-hyper-v/ and scroll down to Importing a Virtual...
by darky83
01 Nov 2012 21:13
Forum: Discussion
Topic: EFA - Hyper-V
Replies: 15
Views: 10612

Re: EFA - Hyper-V

2008 std R2

I don't know if there is a difference in R2 maybe.

I will try it out tomorrow, I sucessfully installed it on a few 2008 R2 hyper-v servers but never tried a non R2 machine.
by darky83
26 Oct 2012 18:42
Forum: Discussion
Topic: Stoked!!
Replies: 2
Views: 2394

Re: Stoked!!

What about only passing mail for the domain per actual users created? Also domain signatures did not seem to apply for e-mails As Datopdog mentioned here: http://forum.efa-project.org/viewtopic.php?f=5&t=7#p13 there is baruwa addon available to use AD integration (and this checking AD if a user exi...
by darky83
26 Oct 2012 17:00
Forum: Discussion
Topic: Why Debian?
Replies: 4
Views: 3740

Re: Why Debian?

Well Ubuntu is based on debian unstable packages (if you do a cat /etc/debian_version you will see it notes sid (which is the unstable branch http://www.debian.org/releases/sid/) Not that ubuntu is 'unstable' but it do means that packages are updated more often. something I want to keep at a minimum...
by darky83
25 Oct 2012 16:40
Forum: Discussion
Topic: Why Debian?
Replies: 4
Views: 3740

Re: Why Debian?

Everyone preferes there own system best for me thats Debian. Ubuntu is based on Debian unstable because I want to have a stable system without all the updates (ubuntu has many more updates then Debian has) so using Debian saves valuable time maintaing servers. Thats the best thing about opensource s...
by darky83
24 Oct 2012 20:32
Forum: How-to
Topic: Configure Integrated Packages/MTA?
Replies: 3
Views: 2774

Re: Configure Integrated Packages/MTA?

Postfix is used as MTA.

I listed the core packages used here: http://www.efa-project.org/about
by darky83
24 Oct 2012 17:35
Forum: Discussion
Topic: EFA Active Directory Integration?
Replies: 6
Views: 4612

Re: EFA Active Directory Integration?

Good point,

Will check that out soon to see if its stable & easy to implement.
by darky83
24 Oct 2012 17:34
Forum: How-to
Topic: Configure Integrated Packages/MTA?
Replies: 3
Views: 2774

Re: Configure Integrated Packages/MTA?

When booting for the first time the system will ask a few questions for IP settings & user/passwords. (Still have to make screenshots for that by the way..) After that only Baruwa needs to be configured (as described here: howto-configuration and the system should be ready to receive and check mails.
by darky83
21 Oct 2012 14:22
Forum: Discussion
Topic: EFA Active Directory Integration?
Replies: 6
Views: 4612

Re: EFA Active Directory Integration?

The first few releases will be focusing on effectively fighting spam, I do want to include AD integration but probably in a later release.

(but if someone has the knowledge and time to build it we can always include it in a earlier version)

d.
by darky83
21 Oct 2012 14:12
Forum: Discussion
Topic: EFA - Hyper-V
Replies: 15
Views: 10612

Re: EFA - Hyper-V

I already created a Hyper-V image for you :)

see: http://www.efa-project.org/download/
It is compressed using 7zip so you will need 7zip to decompress the .7z file.

d.
by darky83
20 Oct 2012 19:18
Forum: How-to
Topic: Build E.F.A from scratch.
Replies: 8
Views: 8890

Build E.F.A from scratch.

If you want to use E.F.A on direct hardware instead of a VM you will need to build E.F.A from a build script. A bit of Linux (Debian) knowledge is required to get this working. Currently there is no bootstrap script available so you will need to install Debian 6.0.x (x86) your self with the followin...
by darky83
20 Oct 2012 18:47
Forum: How-to
Topic: Configure E.F.A after installation.
Replies: 0
Views: 4720

Configure E.F.A after installation.

After the system is rebooted open a web browser and browse to the IP of your EFA server. To get EFA working you will need to create a domain admin user and add domains to that user. For example if you have 2 company's you create two domain admins and add the domains of that specific company to the s...
by darky83
20 Oct 2012 18:36
Forum: Discussion
Topic: EFA - Hyper-V
Replies: 15
Views: 10612

Re: EFA - Hyper-V

That could be possible, I am currently documenting the build script, with the build script it is possible to build EFA on any machine you want from scratch (linux knowledge is required however because a basic installed debian system is needed) I currently don't have a Hyper-V host available but I ca...