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Old 28th June 2010, 14:59
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Default ISPconfig behind proxy (for updates etc)

Hi All, hopefully someone can help with this. I have ISPConfig running on top of Debian (It's the ISPConfig 3 virtual appliance image) and It's on a corporate network, sat behind a Proxy (a smoothwall firewqall / web proxy). Is there any way to set ISPconfig to use the proxy for internet access for things like updates and so on?

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Old 28th June 2010, 15:47
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There are no proxy settings in ISPConfig. You can use the manual update procedure to install updates:

http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/showthread.php?t=46686

But you should be aware that the spamfilter scoring might not work that well if the server can not connect to the dns blacklist services on the internet.
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Yes, the spamfilter issue is causing me some problems, that's actually the main reason I want this to work.

Is there any way to do this at the OS level then if ISPConfig can't do it?
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Is there any way to do this at the OS level then if ISPConfig can't do it?
Might be possible, but I never tried it. You should search for something like "spamassassin behind proxy" or amavisd-new behind proxy" in google.

Additionally you should set the normal proxy settings in Linux, it might be that these applications use them.
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