Category Archives: Hidden Gems

Some Handy Desktop Shortcuts…….

Vacation message Non Zarafa users can set vacation messages using the following desktop shortcut: https://serverip/config/USERS/vacation.php?username=user&password=password The username and password should be the user’s username and password and server ip that of the Igaware Linux Small Business Server. Spam Whitelist You … Continue reading

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VPN Tip to Help Road Warriors Connect

There is one thing worth noting when preparing for VPN connections – pick a good local subnet for your LAN. For example, suppose you use the popular 192.168.0.0/24 subnet as your private LAN subnet. Now you are trying to connect … Continue reading

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Forget PPTP – SSL is the secure way to connect to the #Igaware Linux Small Business Server

If you are using PPTP you should start using SSL instead. PPTP has never been particularly good. In fact it is very badly engineered; it’s stateless (equals problems) and insecure. SSL VPN overcomes these problems; it’s secure, reliable and easy … Continue reading

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Probing network traffic with Ntop

The Ntop network traffic probe is built into the Igaware Linux Small Business Server. To enable NTOP on your Igaware Linux Small Business Server, in the admin interface go to System=>Tools=>Ntop Server Enable the server and set an admin user … Continue reading

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Setting up Out of Office

If you are using Zarafa on your Igaware Linux Small Business Server then Out of Office can be set either in Outlook, or through the Zarafa web mail. If you are just using the standard email server on the Igaware Linux … Continue reading

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Igaware iSCSI feature

Need extra space for one of your servers? Then with iSCSI you can allocate hard disk space, on your Igaware box, to that server. This saves having to buy and install a physical disk for your server. No cost, no … Continue reading

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