Configuring the proxy server connection settings

23 May 2024

ID 91224

The specified proxy server settings are used for database updates, activating the application, and for the operation of KSN/KPSN and Moebius services.

To configure the proxy server connection settings:

  1. In the application web interface window, select the SettingsExternal servicesProxy server connection section.
  2. Enable or disable the use of proxy server with the Use proxy server toggle switch.
  3. If at the previous step, you have enabled the use of a proxy server, enter the address and port of the proxy server in the Proxy server address fields.

    By default, port 8080 is used.

  4. Select the Bypass proxy server for local and private addresses check box if you do not want to use a proxy server for internal and private email addresses.
  5. In the User name (optional) and Password (optional) fields, enter the user name and password if you want to use authentication for connecting to the proxy server.

    The user name and password are transmitted to the proxy server as unencrypted plain text, which means that third parties can capture this information by analyzing network traffic. An adversary may attempt to use these credentials to gain access to other systems, therefore, to prevent additional damage from user name and password interception, we recommend never reusing these credentials in other systems.

  6. Click Save.

Proxy server connection is configured.

See also

About the Kaspersky Secure Mail Gateway

Application licensing

Installing the application

Preparing the application for operation

Manual Integration with Exim mail server

Removing the application

Upgrading from Kaspersky Security 8 for Linux Mail Server to KSMG 2.1

KSMG interface

Getting started with the application

Monitoring of application operation

General protection settings

Configuring the addition of X-headers to messages

Using message processing rules

Allowlists and denylists

Managing the cluster

Managing user accounts and roles


Backup Digest

Event log

Message queue


Database updates

Updating application databases using Kaspersky Security Center

Exporting and importing settings

Participating in Kaspersky Security Network and using Kaspersky Private Security Network

Integration with an external directory service

KATA protection

Managing the application over SNMP

Email notifications of the application

Authentication using the single sign-on technology

Installing the application on the same server with Kaspersky Endpoint Security for Linux

Publishing application events to a SIEM system

Contacting Technical Support

Information about third-party code

Trademark notices

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