Default configure options.

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henk
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Default configure options.

Post by henk » 13 Mar 2019 21:57

In the process of testing efa4 there are some major questions to answer, besides the customer specific part.

1. Use Ipv6 yes/no
2. Use recursion yes/no
3. Use efa only inbound yes/no
4. Use greylisting yes/no
5. Install additional options ( webmin, letsencrypt, etc)
6. Install additional packages. ( mc, bacula-client, xymon-client, etc)
7. Configure selinux and Firewalld based on above options

Besides how you want to use efa, the first 3 options will affect your config.

I would like to install dkim, dmarc as option, see point 3, or as a separate configure option. see point 5
I do realize the need to freeze efa4 development, to be able to launch the new efa4 version. :oops:

Would like to know the opinion of other members ( using efa only inbound) on this.

toddh
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Re: Default configure options.

Post by toddh » 14 Mar 2019 02:58

Answers for our environment

1. Use Ipv6 - No
2. Use recursion - No (having problems with it here)
3. Use efa only inbound - Yes
4. Use greylisting - Yes!
5. Install additional options ( webmin, letsencrypt, etc) I am fine with the option to install these later, not during initial setup
6. Install additional packages. ( mc, bacula-client, xymon-client, etc) Check_mk and Nagios clients.
7. Configure selinux and Firewalld based on above options Yes

Todd

stefandewal
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Re: Default configure options.

Post by stefandewal » 14 Mar 2019 09:19

1. Use Ipv6 - Yes
2. Use recursion - Yes
3. Use efa only inbound - Yes
4. Use greylisting - No
5. Install additional options No
6. Install additional packages. (several minor packages from epel/centos)
7. Configure selinux and Firewalld based on above options Yes

Stefan

henk
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Re: Default configure options.

Post by henk » 14 Mar 2019 10:30

Reading back my own post, I see the need for some additional info :shifty:

The main reason for this post was to install dkim/dmarc as an option, if you use efa inbound only.

No clou how many members use efa inbound and outbound or just for inbound mail only.

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