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pretender79

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moin,

hat jemand von euch ne anleitung, wie ich antivir mailgate korrekt installiere?
klappt bei mir nicht so wie es sein sollte.

danke

norman
 
Ist doch super beschrieben in der Anleitung die beim Paket dabei ist....
Was klappt denn nicht ?
 
sagt mir, dass port 25 schon in benutzung ist, habe probiert den port mit smtp-backdoor auf 825 umzustellen aber funzt nicht
 
Hast du alle Änderungen gemacht wie in der Anleitung beschrieben ? Ist bei mir schon ein paar Tage her dass ich das gemacht habe, aber poste doch mal deine main.cf und master.cf, nur die betreffenden Stellen bitte.

Sollte eig. kein Prob sein.
 
Dennis said:
deine main.cf und master.cf, nur die betreffenden Stellen bitte..

wieso diese dateien, laut anleitung muss ich doch garnichts in den ändern?
 
Hm... so wie's klingt, möchtest Du avmailgate als Daemon laufen lassen, was aber nicht geht, da Dein MTA noch am Port 25 lauscht.
Code:
netstat -atp | grep smtp
zeigt Dir den "Schuldigen". In dem Fall musst Du das betreffende Programm erst abklemmen (falls es ein standalone-Server ist) bzw. Deinen inetd umkonfigurieren.
 
Boum said:
Hm... so wie's klingt, möchtest Du avmailgate als Daemon laufen lassen, was aber nicht geht, da Dein MTA noch am Port 25 lauscht.

genau, und das habe ich per anleitung probiert umzustellen und kläglich gescheitert.

Boum said:
In dem Fall musst Du das betreffende Programm erst abklemmen (falls es ein standalone-Server ist) bzw. Deinen inetd umkonfigurieren.

ist nen vserver....
 
was soll ich benutzen mailgate oder den milter? - was ist der unterschied? :) will auch nen antivirenprogramm für meine vserver....


pretender79 said:
genau, und das habe ich per anleitung probiert umzustellen und kläglich gescheitert.



ist nen vserver....
 
society said:
was soll ich benutzen mailgate oder den milter? - was ist der unterschied? :) will auch nen antivirenprogramm für meine vserver....

hmm ich wollte den antivir mailgate mit sendmail nutzen ohnen milter...

und habe probiert nach dieser anleitung vorzugehen:


Code:
Manual installation of AntiVir MailGate
---------------------------------------

Note! You have to have a running mail configuration.  
If you already have problems using this configuration, we
do not give any support that is not directly related to AntiVir MailGate.

1. Create the directory /usr/lib/AntiVir and copy the file antivir.vdf
   to this directory. Please note the case of the word "AntiVir". Change also user 
   and group to uucp:
        
	mkdir /usr/lib/AntiVir
        cp vdf/antivir.vdf /usr/lib/AntiVir
	chown uucp:uucp /usr/lib/AntiVir
        chown uucp:uucp /usr/lib/AntiVir/antivir.vdf

2. Copy the scan engine antivir to /usr/lib/AntiVir. Change the user and group
   of to uucp:

        cp bin/antivir /usr/lib/AntiVir
	chown uucp:uucp /usr/lib/AntiVir/antivir  

3. Copy the files avmailgate.conf, avmailgate.acl and antivir.conf to /etc and 
   edit them after reading the man pages and the comments.
   Normally, you only have to edit avmailgate.acl (see MANUAL).

	cp etc/avmailgate.conf /etc
	cp etc/avmailgate.acl /etc
	cp etc/antivir.conf /etc

4. Then copy avgated and avgatefwd to /usr/sbin:

	cp bin/avgated /usr/sbin
	cp bin/avgatefwd /usr/sbin

5. Create the spool directory (default: /var/spool/avmailgate)
   This directory must be accessible only by uucp or the user you selected
   in /etc/avmailgate.conf.
	mkdir /var/spool/avmailgate
	chown uucp:uucp /var/spool/avmailgate
	chmod 700 /var/spool/avmailgate
	cd /var/spool/avmailgate
	mkdir incoming
	mkdir outgoing
	mkdir rejected
	chown uucp:uucp *
	chmod -R 700 *

6. Make sure the directory /var/run is readable and writeable by the
   user uucp (or the user you specified in /etc/avmailgate.conf.)
   On SuSE it's already owned by uucp, so there is nothing to do.
   On other distributions the directory /var/run may be owned by
   root:root. You can either
   - change the group of /var/run to uucp (this is what I would recommend)
	'chgrp uucp /var/run'
   - let avgated and avgatefwd run as root (hmmm, not so good)
   - change the PidFile entries in /etc/avmailgate.conf so that they
     point to some other location where uucp has write access.
    
7. If you have a license for commercial or private use:
   You have received a licence file named "hbedv.key".
   Please copy this file to /usr/lib/AntiVir/avmgate.key:

	cp hbedv.key /usr/lib/AntiVir/avmgate.key
	chown uucp:uucp /usr/lib/AntiVir/avmgate.key
 
8. Read and follow the instructions given in the specified INSTALL file 
   for your MTA:
   
You can use the description mentioned below. But we urgent recommend to use
AntiVir Milter for sendmail (ONLY sendmail version >= 8.10). With AntiVir Milter any supported
SMTP functionality of sendmail will be available.
AntiVir Milter uses the appropriate Milter-Interface built-in
sendmail.

More information can be found in the INSTALL.avmilter file which is included in
the AntiVir Milter package.

*Note! You have to have a running sendmail >= 8.10 with libmilter support.*

You can download AntiVir Milter from our website.
[url]http://www.antivir.de[/url]

An existing License-Key of AntiVir MailGate can be used with AntiVir Milter.


---------------------------------------------------------------------------


Here is the description how to install AntiVir MailGate to work with sendmail:

First you have installed AntiVir MailGate described in INSTALL.

There are two ways how to send mails further to sendmail: 

1. Backdoor mechanism:
----------------------

Since only one process can gain ownership of the SMTP port you have to
inhibit sendmail to also use port 25 (because AntiVir MailGate needed this
port).

This is done by modifying /etc/services and /etc/sendmail.cf...

In /etc/services add a line like this
smtp-backdoor   825/tcp

Then edit /etc/sendmail.cf like this
Search the line
#O DaemonPortOptions=Port=esmtp
and change it to
O DaemonPortOptions=Port=smtp-backdoor

Or if you have a newer sendmail then change
#O DaemonPortOptions=Name=MTA
to
O DaemonPortOptions=Name=MTA,Port=smtp-backdoor

For SuSE 8.x don't forget to set SMTPD_LISTEN_REMOTE in /etc/sysconfig/mail
to yes!
If it is set to no and you use the default sendmail script, the options
in "O DaemonPortOptions" will not be used (because the script uses other options
as arguments for sendmail). This will cause sendmail
to bind to port 25 and that won't work if AntiVir MailGate is bound
to port 25.

The backdoor port should (must?) be closed for remote connections!
Your firewall will do this for you.

Then restart sendmail ("killall -HUP sendmail").

Edit /etc/avmailgate.conf and use the following entries:

# Select how mail should be forwarded.
# Send mail by piping it thru sendmail (this is the default)
#ForwardTo /usr/sbin/sendmail -oem -oi
# Or if you want the mail to be sent by SMTP
ForwardTo SMTP: localhost port smtp-backdoor


2. Piping through sendmail
--------------------------
 
Alternatively you can simply inhibit sendmail from starting by deleting the
sendmail links in /etc/rc.d/rc[235].d. 

Edit /etc/avmailgate.conf and use the following entries:

# Select how mail should be forwarded.
# Send mail by piping it thru sendmail (this is the default)
ForwardTo /usr/sbin/sendmail -oem -oi
# Or if you want the mail to be sent by SMTP
#ForwardTo SMTP: localhost port smtp-backdoor




9. Run /usr/sbin/avgated and /usr/sbin/avgatefwd

	/usr/sbin/avgated
	/usr/sbin/avgatefwd

10. Edit the file /etc/crontab and add the following line if
    you would like to make an update every day on 0:25:
        25 0 * * * root /usr/lib/AntiVir/antivir --update -q

    If you use a proxy server please define the server and the port
    of the proxy in /etc/antivir.conf.
    Test the update settings by running /usr/lib/AntiVir/antivir --update


Have a look at your log files (/var/log/mail, /var/log/maillog
or /var/log/mail.log). There you should find a message from avgated
"...ready to accept connections on port ...".
Now you can test it by sending mails to yourself.

Note: We have been reported that on some systems procmail will refuse to
write to users mailboxes. It says that it would not have the permission 
to do that... This problem is not solved yet. A possible workaround is
to set the SUID bit of /usr/bin/procmail.

Note: If you change the user and group parameter in avmailgate.conf, be sure 
that following files have the same access rights:

	/usr/lib/AntiVir/antivir
	/usr/lib/AntiVir/antivir.vdf
	/usr/lib/AntiVir/avmgate.key 

Also the following directories must be accessible by this user and group:

	/usr/lib/AntiVir
	/var/spool/avmailgate
	/var/spool/avmailgate/incoming
	/var/spool/avmailgate/outgoing
	/var/spool/avmailgate/rejected
	/var/run (or the directory you specified for the pid files)


-- Starting and stopping avgate automatically --

If everything works as desired, you should copy the correspondig rc.avgate
script to /etc/init.d/avgate and create symbolic links in /etc/init.d/rc[235].d
(* the directory "init.d" depends on your distribution *)

1. Here is an example for SuSE Distribution 8.1 (the target position where the
   init script "avgate" will be copied depends on your distribution
   /sbin/init.d, /etc/init.d or /etc/rc.d/init.d):
 
	cp rc.avgate.SuSE8x /etc/init.d/avgate
	cd /etc/init.d
	ln -sf ../avgate rc2.d/S20avgate
	ln -sf ../avgate rc2.d/K20avgate
	ln -sf ../avgate rc3.d/S20avgate
	ln -sf ../avgate rc3.d/K20avgate
	ln -sf ../avgate rc5.d/S20avgate
	ln -sf ../avgate rc5.d/K20avgate

NOTE: If you use an older Version of SuSE Linux ( < 8.0),
      don't forget to choose the script rc.avgate.SuSE instead of rc.avgate.SuSE8x
      and to add the line START_AVMAILGATE=YES to /etc/rc.config.


That's it!
 
Arg mit Sendmail....ich hab das Ding mit Postfix und als Content Filter laufen. Sorry mein Fehler...
 
society said:
auf der seite von antivir gibt es eine super anleitung sogar auf deutsch als pdf dort steht auch drin wegen der sache mit port 25, einfach mal komplett lesen

danke werd ich mal wälzen
 
Dennis said:
Arg mit Sendmail....ich hab das Ding mit Postfix und als Content Filter laufen. Sorry mein Fehler...

ich hätte mich ja auch mal klar ausdrücken können, also daher mein fehler
 
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