Virtual Appliance

Install Proxmox Mail Gateway as a virtual appliance. A virtual appliance is a fully pre-installed and pre-configured application and operating system environment that runs on an isolated environment known as a virtual machine. Proxmox Mail Gateway is tested and validated for all major virtualization technologies. This simplifies installation and maintenance and enables fast deployment.

Supported virtualization platforms:

  • Proxmox Virtual Environment
  • VMware vSphere®
  • Microsoft® Hyper-V
  • KVM
  • VirtualBox
  • Citrix® Hypervisor
  • Container (for example LXC)
  • ...and other solutions supporting Debian Linux as guest OS

Installing Proxmox Mail Gateway on a VM

You can easily run Proxmox Mail Gateway on a virtual machine (KVM) in Proxmox Virtual Environment. The KVM virtualization technology is seamlessly integrated into Proxmox VE.

Learn more about KVM and Proxmox VE

Proxmox Mail Gateway and VMware products

Proxmox Mail Gateway runs perfectly on VMware vSphere.

Support statement for VMware vSphere installations:
Proxmox will provide support for Proxmox Mail Gateway running in a VMware virtual environment in an identical manner as with Proxmox Mail Gateway running on any other major x86 based systems, without initially requiring reproduction of issues on native hardware. Should Proxmox suspect that the virtualization layer is the root cause of an incident; the customer will be required to contact the appropriate VMware support provider to resolve the VMware issue. While Proxmox products are expected to function properly in a VMware virtual environment, there may be performance implications which can invalidate Proxmox typical sizing and recommendations.

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