On 02/10/99(02:26) you Holger Krull <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote
|is there a way to disable the error Message everyone gets if the access to
|a delegate http-server is denied?
|A message "403 access denied" would be enough, but everyone receives a
|large message with suggested changes.
You can 'MOUNT' yourown error messages onto your DeleGate like this:
The "dhtml" is basically HTML file with some extentions.
More generally, the default messages are at "./src/builtin/mssgs/"
directory of DeleGate's source tree, thus copy the whole directory into
somewhere, for example where accessible as "http://server/delegate/mssgs/"
then specify a MOUNT parameter like this:
You can make your DeleGate 'download' your error messages from a FTP
server too. As long as you are enabling cache of your DeleGate, those
MOUNTed messages files are cached too, thus no significant overhead
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