As an interim workaround, I have pushed the two required packages (php-symfony-common and php-symfony-yaml) into the ClearOS developer repository, so you should be able to install the developer tools in a couple of hours. The software packages in question are not a critical part of the development framework, so it's not a big concern at the moment.
Is the "primary domain" setting on the SMTP Server app (mydomain in main.cf) set to the domain used on the Exchange server? If so, then mail will be delivered to the local ClearOS machine instead of forwarded to the Exchange machine. Changing the domain to something like "mailgateway.example.com" will work.
What is the main.cf that postfix on clearos use's , is it /etc/postfix/main.cf
Yup, that's the one! Keep in mind, that the master.cf also contains various settings for the mail flow through ClearOS. The gory technical details are described in this doc.
Google is switching to HTTPS by default, and that means you need to use non-transparent mode to capture that traffic. It's not possible** to capture HTTPS streams in transparent mode since the stream is already encrypted by the time it hits the ClearOS gateway.
** Well... not without hacking in fake certificates into all the client web browsers on your network.
Ben Edwards wrote: When will the license be adjusted for Network Map? I'm still stuck at 10 devices on an Enterprise installation.
I forgot to push that one sooner -- sorry about that. We'll have the Professional Edition update out on Tuesday, and that will include the latest Network Map release.