Old 5th November 2009, 18:31
jabberwocky jabberwocky is offline
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Default Small Business Server

I'm interested in a replacement for MS Small Business Server, using Ubuntu 9.10 or CentOS - preferably Ubuntu.

I'm interested in the following server apps:
Firewall/Content Filter
Secure Remote Access.

I've used the how-tos here before, and they're terrific.

So, can somebody point me to the appropriate howtos -- I've looked, but maybe I'm just dense: I can't seem to find a Microsoft SBS replacement.

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Old 5th November 2009, 21:14
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Did you tried ebox, in the moment I am looking for a similar solution and most important is short time for implementing and service for the server. I was looking into ebox and I think if your needs don't go far behind, what they offer, its worth a try.

You can install it directly from the ubuntu repository and keep maintainance easy.

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