Enterprise software developer Proxmox Server Solutions has released Proxmox Mail Gateway 6.4, the latest version of its open-source email security solution. The release introduces GUI improvements as well as improved functionality.
Proxmox Mail Gateway is the leading open-source email security solution. It helping you to protect your mail server against all email threats the moment they emerge. In short, it protects your mail server from spam, viruses, trojans, and phishing emails. In addition to, it makes email security and filtering simple to manage. The web-based management interface allows you to setup and maintain even a complex mail setup with ease.
Proxmox Mail Gateway is a complete operating system based on Debian Buster 10.9, but using LTS Linux kernel 5.4.
What’s new in Proxmox Mail Gateway 6.4
The most noticeable is that now you can upload custom certificates from the web interface, or set up a cluster-wide ACME account to automatically get and renew certificates from an ACME provider. Proxmox Mail Gateway now offers full integration of the ACME protocol via the GUI. This enables administrators to create valid and trusted certificates for their domains with the Let’s Encrypt certificate authority. The process is easily configurable from the web interface and has full support for the http-01 and dns-01 challenges.
Furthermore it now also fetch verified updates from external rule channels, along with the updates from the SpamAssassin website.
Spam Quarantine management has also been improved. The admin view of the Spam Quarantine can now display the quarantined emails of all users at once.
In addition, the Proxmox Message Tracking Center now shows when an outbound connection is established over TLS.
Download and installation
Proxmox Mail Gateway is available as an ISO, which can be installed on bare metal, or a VM. The ISO contains an installation wizard that automatically installs and configures all the necessary components on the host. The ISO contains the complete feature-set and can be downloaded from the project’s website.