Scalix Virtual Appliance 0.1

A full installation of Scalix
The Scalix Virtual Appliance includes a full installation of the popular email collaboration software Scalix. The only two applications installed in addition to Scalix and its required components is Joe (a simple text editor) and VMware Tools.

We strongly discourage you against using this appliance in production. It is intended to be a simple turn-key solution for users and administrators who want to take a closer look at Scalix without having to spend time on configuring it.

The virtual appliance was created with VMware Server 2, but should work in most recent VMware applications, such as VMware Fusion, VMware Player and VMware Workstation.

About Scalix

Scalix is a collaboration platform available in two versions: one commercial and one free, community edition. Scalix comes with all features as you expect from a complete collaboration suit, including an advanced webmail and support for IMAP and POP3.

Default Configuration

By default, this appliance is configured with the following network static settings:

 * IP-Address: 192.168.10.229
 * Subnet: 255.255.255.0
 * DNS: 192.168.10.1
 * Gateway: 192.168.10.1

Usage

To log into the web-mail, simply point your browser to:
http://192.168.10.229/webmail/

To log into the administration console, point your browser to:
http://192.168.10.229/sac/

Scalix Credentials

We have created two Scalix-users. One administrator and one user. With the admin-account you can log-into both the web-mail and the administration console, while the regular user is limited to the web-mail.

Administrator
User: sxadmin-scalix@example.com
Password: sxpassword

Regular user
User: sxuser@example.com
Password: sxpassword

System Credentials

There is only one system user created on the system, namely ‘root.’

The system-user is:
User: root
Password: spassword1

Scalix Management Services Password: somerandompassword

PostgreSQL database password: thedatabasepassword

Modifying Network Settings

Updating the network settings is easy.

First, run:
system-config-network
Modify the network settings according to your needs.

Once you’ve changed your IP address, you need to modify /etc/hosts. Replace ‘192.168.10.229′ with the new IP address.

Disclaimer

Email Service Guide (ESG) is not responsible for, and expressly disclaims all liability for, damages of any kind arising out of use of this virtual appliance.

Scalix is a registered trademark of Xandros Corporation. ESG is not affiliated with Scalix or Xandros Corporation.

last updated on:
December 8th, 2009, 14:01 GMT
price:
FREE!
homepage:
www.emailserviceguide.com
license type:
Other/Proprietary License
developed by:
Email Service Guide
category:
ROOT \ Communications \ Email
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  • Based on CentOS 5.4 with Scalix 11.4.5 GA.
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