Starting to get excited about the release of the CentOS 5.5 download. At the rate it’s going we’re looking at a CentOS 5.5 release date mid to end May but we stand to be corrected. For those of you not following CentOS on Twitter you should do so to get the latest updates as they happen (@CentOS).
Here are some tweets from @CentOS to get you all excited:
5.5/i386 and 5.5/x86_64 are now in QA
getting ready for the final iso build process for CentOS 5.5
The first round of builds are nearly complete, we should start doing QA on 5.5 fairly soon now
CentOS-5.5 is now cooking!
This is a follow up post to Fight Spam With #ASSP (Anti-Spam SMTP Proxy) On CentOS 5.4. If you haven’t already installed ASSP do so before continuing with this How To and remember that you need a working installation of Microsoft Exchange 2007 Server as well. This How To can be implemented on a live Microsoft Exchange 2007 server while it’s running. Leave the original ports (25 In and 25 Out, OWA and/or internal usage ports) alone and create new ones. Once you’re ready to go simply activate the new ports, then deactivate the original ports, your users will never see a glitch in service and will make rolling back just as seamless.
I am using a CentOS 5.4 i386 base installation with ASSP (Anti-Spam SMTP Proxy) and Microsoft Exchange 2007 Server already installed and configured in this tutorial.
* assp001.example.co.za (IP 10.0.0.100): CentOS 5.4 i386 ASSP installation
* exchange001.example.co.za (IP 10.0.0.101): Microsoft Exchange 2007 server
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