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Issue with Delegate 7.3x - 8.5.5
  07/03-00:20 . 2320  "Lobdell, Ian" <pbeeqbdyi-q4vsjhviirvr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [73]
___ Yutaka, when using the standard mail client, the url is normal i.e. <a href="http://www.somesite.com">http://www.somesite.com</a> when using web mail via Delegate (proxy type=delegate) and they view
  07/03-06:13 . 2321  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [53]
___ Hi, <a href="http://www.somesite.com">http://www.somesite.com</a> <a href="http://localhost:8888/-_-http://www.somesite.com">http://www.somesite.com</a> In your first message, it was like: <a href="
  07/03-06:21 . 2322  "Lobdell, Ian" <pbeeqbdyi-q4vsjhviirvr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [87]
___ Yutaka, We were able to fix it the following way: using a FTOCL filter where the Content-Type= text/html and the filter = Filter: /myperlscript.pl where the perl script looks for: href="\-_- and rep
  07/03-06:29 . 2323  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [44]
___ Sorry but I cannot understand rewriting href="\-_-... to hfref="... ? Are not you using the DeleGate with "http://-_-" ?? Possibly you need the rewriting about server1 (1-2) but you don't need it fo
  07/03-22:15 . 2324  "Lobdell, Ian" <pbeeqbdyi-q4vsjhviirvr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [73]
___ Sorry it was a type-o on my side. when using delegate in relay mode = delegate it re-writes urls to be /-_-real-url by using a perl script to look for /-_-real-url and replacing it with real-url the
  07/03-22:32 . 2325  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [50]
___ Please, answer my question. (1) You are using http://DeleGate/-_-http://server in your request for some reason, yes or no? (2) You don't need further relaying for linkes in the response HTML, yes or
Delegate Config
  07/03-23:27 . 2326  Andrew Rokitka <pcyeqbdyi-q4vsjhviirvr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [21]
___ I am currently trying to configure DeleGate to act as a reverse proxy for a VPN connection. Basically, I want it to forward http requests and ports. I wrote a script with the following: ../delegated
DeleGate as Origin FTP
  07/07-18:16 . 2327  Jani Radovan <pc4eqbdyi-q4vsjhviirvr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [18]
___ Hi, I was trying to use DeleGate as OriginFTP, but I could not retrieve the diectory content with 'ls' command. The response was "LIST not supported" followed with list of supported commands. Is the
  07/08-11:25 . 2328  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [43]
___ Do you mean that you saw it after you moved to a directory which is MOUNTed for a real server? Your configuration does not include a MOUNT for "/" so the DeleGate cannot move to there nor list its c
Can Delegate do this?
  07/08-19:55 . 2329  Commander Smutticus <pdeeqbdyi-q4vsjhviirvr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [22]
___ Is it possible for me to use Delegate to manage the state of a TCP connection? I want to use PHP to poll a telnet connection. My PHP script would post data to delegated and get a response from telne
AW: [DeleGate-En] DeleGate as Origin FTP
  07/08-20:39 . 2330  Jani Radovan <pc4eqbdyi-q4vsjhviirvr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [92]
___ Thanks for the help, but I still have a problem with the 'ls' command. I use this : [root#linux4]# delegated -P21 SERVER=ftp MOUNT="/* file:/* rw" MOUNT="/ftp-relay/linux2/* ftp://linux2/* rw" MOUNT
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