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Compilation of delegate 8.11.2
  04/08-17:01 . 2900 (Yutaka Sato) [26]
___ Did you do the compilation from the scrach? Cheers, Yutaka D G Yutaka Sato <> ( - ) National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology _<
  04/08-17:04 . 2901  "Rousseau Pierre \(DBB\)" <> [58]
___ Yes... A "make clean" at each time. I have tried "make" and "make CFLAGSPLUS="-DNONC99 -DQS -TP"". Cheers, Pierre ---Original Message--- From: Yutaka Sato [] Sent: vendre
  04/08-17:10 . 2902 (Yutaka Sato) [19]
___ "make clean" does not make it so clean unfortunately ;p At least you need to remove pds/md5/{Makefile.go,*.o} by hand in this case. It should be just "make" if you have gcc. Cheers, Yutaka @ @ Yutak
  04/08-19:30 . 2903  <> [24]
___ Hi, I have a problem setting up delegate with sslway. We want to connect via HTTP direct to the proxy and the proxy should manage the certificate and password, and forward my connection to an HTTPS
  04/08-20:43 . 2904 (Yutaka Sato) [97]
___ Hi, It might be the rewriting problem of Domain or Path attribute in a Cookie which need to be rewritten consistently according to the MOUNT. But it is more likely that the Cookie from a server incl
  04/11-18:04 . 2905  <> [112]
___ Hi Yutaka san, we still have the problem that our client receivs secure cookies, the mentioned "Removed Secure ..." will not appear in the logfile. What else can I do? cheers, Jon Hi, <_A2903@delega
  04/11-18:30 . 2906 (Yutaka Sato) [17]
___ I think that the LOGFILE must records "Set-Cookie", which is likely to include some information about Domain or Path or so. Cheers, Yutaka D G Yutaka Sato <>
  04/11-20:26 . 2907  <> [90]
___ Hi, here is a part of the logfile, witch may clarify the problem we have 04/11 13:01:36.13 [26955] 4+1/1: disconnected [46] -@[]PC1:2026 (7.646s)(1) 050411-101514.26391.1+1.29 PC1 - - [11/
Error while compiling (nntp.c)
  04/12-19:13 . 2908  "Pawlowski Julian" <> [48]
___ Hello Yutaka, thanks for your great work on DeleGate. Unfortunately I could not even try to use it. I actually tried to compile DeleGate for just about a few weeks. But every time I do I got this fa
  04/13-11:40 . 2909 (Yutaka Sato) [130]
___ Hi, As I thought in the former message, the Cookie from the server includes Path and Secure attributes. But your DeleGate seems not to be modified with my former patch. It is obvious that the messag
Error while compiling (nntp.c)
  04/13-11:49 . 2910 (Yutaka Sato) [35]
___ I cannot understand why you think it great without even trying :p It is because your compiler has a bug to be fixed, as shown in the message. But I suppose the bug has been fixed in newer version of
OOB errors with delegate 8.11.x
  04/13-17:32 . 2911  Schoch Andreas <> [56]
___ Hi, we have problems with the new delegate versions 8.11.x. using delegate 8.9.3 on SunOS/5.8 as application proxy for our special windows 2000 application is working without problem. With version 8
  04/13-19:06 . 2912 (Yutaka Sato) [35]
___ Hi, Since I don't have SunOS/5.8 nor your application, I need many information from you: - what is "connection problem"? - are you using the DeleGate with SERVER=tcprelay? - does the application use
  04/13-21:40 . 2913  <> [336]
___ Hi Yutaka San, it seems that the patch was compiled into the delegate, but i still get no connection. I still get an cookie with the secure flag set on the client side. 04/13 14:08:38.58 [3460] 2+1/
  04/13-23:12 . 2914 (Yutaka Sato) [95]
___ Hallo, oops... I forgot to care CR/LF at the end of the HTTP header line. The patch must be modified as the enclosed one. By the way, when you send your log to here, "" which is
  04/14-01:26 . 2915  <> [104]
___ Thank you very very much, for your quick and good support. It is running cheers, Jon Yutaka Sato <> schrieb am 13.04.2005, 16:12:28:
  04/14-06:15 . 2916 (Yutaka Sato) [15]
___ The support can be fine when a question is helpful one to make the features of DeleGate advance:) Thank you. Cheers, Yutaka D G Yutaka Sato <> ( - ) Na
Allow secure FTP connections only
  04/18-05:36 . 2917  "Karel Fajkus" <> [18]
___ How do I setup DeleGate so that it will accept only FTP/TLS (or whatever secure FTP) connections from clients? According to the manual ( DeleGate sho
  04/18-10:38 . 2918 (Yutaka Sato) [49]
___ Hi, Yes. It should work so. Sorry, I forgot to forbid non-SSL communitaiotn with "STLS=fcl" for FTP, while I did it for SMTP, POP and IMAP. I'll fix it like the enclosed patch in the next release. C
Delegate as https proxy server
  04/20-14:54 . 2919  "Neal L. Lester" <> [21]
___ Is it possible to use delegate as an https proxy server (forwarding requests to a (not secure) http server? I works fine if I request a document directly (configure browser for "direct connection to
DeleGate/8.11.3 -- fixed permission for SSLtunnel and STLS, Cookie to/from HTTPS/HTTP
  04/22-04:48 . 2920 (Yutaka Sato) [47]
___ Dear DeleGate users, I inform you of the new release of DeleGate available as follows: DeleGate/8.11.3 -- fixed permission for SSLtunnel and STLS, Cookie to/from HTTPS/HTTP Fixed so that "SSL tunnel
DeleGate/9.0.0(ALPHA) -- IPv6 support
  04/22-18:46 . 2921 (Yutaka Sato) [47]
___ Dear DeleGate users, I inform you of the new release of DeleGate available as follows: DeleGate/9.0.0(ALPHA) -- IPv6 support DeleGate version 9 started supporting IPv6 as the first step of it. But s
delegate tcp handshake over persistent connection?
  04/25-09:09 . 2922  Tom Hansen <> [39]
___ Hi, I'm using delegate to try to setup a persistent connection(Pcon) over a delayed link for improved performance. The quick question is can delegate be setup to send data on initial connection esta
Delegate news - local news group?
  04/25-15:51 . 2923  "damir" <> [19]
___ I use latest delegate under win2000 , for proxying news of my ISP. I made setup like this: dg.exe -P119 SERVER=nntp EXPIRE=100d CRON="0 * * * * -expire 100d" MOUNT="= nntp://" CACHE=
Delegate as https proxy server
  04/25-17:44 . 2924 (Yutaka Sato) [67]
___ Hi, First of all, it is not good idea to use a single DeleGate to work as both a HTTP/HTTPS gateway (or SSL wrapper) which acts as an origin HTTPS server, and as a HTTP proxy for SSL tunneling (or S
  04/25-18:12 . 2925 (Yutaka Sato) [77]
___ Hi, The enclosed patch will escape the follwing problem: To make this patch work, you need to specify the protocol name HTTP as this. FCL="sslway -st/http" I know this is not a good solution for pra
Delegate news - local news group?
  04/25-19:05 . 2926 (Yutaka Sato) [35]
___ DeleGate can work as an origin NNTP server while acting as a NNTP proxy, as it is serving this feedback board at nntp:// To make DeleGate work (also) as an origin server, add MOUNT
  04/25-20:51 . 2927  "damir" <> [67]
___ Hm it looks like dont work under win2000 ... I was try next setup : dg.exe -P130 SERVER=nntp EXPIRE=700d CRON="0 * * * * -expire 700d" MOUNT="= nntp://-.-/" CACHE=do DGROOT="D:
  04/26-18:56 . 2928 (Yutaka Sato) [72]
___ I tested it on my WinXP machine. dg8_11_3.exe -vv ADMIN=me@here -P8119 SERVER=nntp MOUNT="= nntp://-.-/" It started without problem. Then posted an article by hand with telnet on unix (or on Cygwin)
  04/30-02:27 . 2929  "damir" <> [42]
___ --- Original Message --- From: "Yutaka Sato" <> To: <> Cc: <>; <> Sent: Tuesday, April 26, 200
  05/01-13:17 . 2930 (Yutaka Sato) [49]
___ I did copy & paste the line on my Win2K machine and got like this: 05/01 13:00:54.26 [756] 0+0: --INITIALIZATION DONE: 8.11.3 on WindowsNT-- (WIN) 00:54 [756] setNonblockingSocket(15,1)=0 05/01 13:0
Compilation problem
  05/01-18:48 . 2931  Bourliot <> [42]
___ Hello ,i try to compil delegate on a fedora core1 distribution ,and i got this message can you help me,please ? Thank's for your respond . Cordialement, Bourliot
  05/01-18:56 . 2932 (Yutaka Sato) [23]
___ It might be escaped with make CC=g++ but anyway the "installation problem" on the host (OS) should be fixed by someone ... Cheers, Yutaka D G Yutaka Sato <>
Delegate news - local news group?
  05/01-22:32 . 2933  "damir" <> [86]
___ --- Original Message --- From: "Yutaka Sato" <> To: <> Cc: <> Sent: Sunday, May 01, 2005 6:17 AM Subject: Re: [Dele
DeleGate/9.0.1(ALPHA) -- dynamic linker and improved SSL performance and usability
  05/03-04:32 . 2934 (Yutaka Sato) [78]
___ Dear DeleGate users, I inform you of the new release of DeleGate available as follows: DeleGate/9.0.1(ALPHA) -- dynamic linker and improved SSL performance and usability Simplified Installation From
SSL_PROXY: It's easy, but i can't make it!!! please help me
  05/05-23:51 . 2935  Carlos Teijeiro <> [32]
___ Hi, I'm a spanish student making a fucking practice for the university (sorry, i'm so tired at this moment). The teacher wants to make the next: - Webserver to proxy in no-ssl mode - Proxy to client
  05/06-14:01 . 2936 (Yutaka Sato) [22]
___ You need to specify the HTTP server with it port number like "https://webserver:80" as in written the article 2925. You need to specify the protocol as SERVER="https" to make it work with DeleGate/9
  05/06-15:49 . 2937  Carlos Teijeiro <> [30]
___ A lot of thanks Yutaka. in few minutes i'll try it in the laboratory. Thanks.
Delegate news - local news group?
  05/08-10:40 . 2938 (Yutaka Sato) [44]
___ I tested a NNTP-DeleGate with your parameters exactly like above, with OEX on Win2K, but could not encounter a problem. It showed the manually posted article and could post a followup article withou
delegate ICAP support
  05/10-23:27 . 2939  Schoch Andreas <> [38]
___ Hi Yutaka, using delegate as application proxy for special communications we have the requirement to virus scan this traffic. we are using trendmicro scan engines using ICAP protocol. | ^ | | v | |
  05/10-23:57 . 2940 (Yutaka Sato) [44]
___ Hi, I have never considered it because no one asked me about it :) Since DeleGate has a generic function to feed a message to filter program, that is filtering a request to a server (by FTOSV parame
delegate as ezproxy
  05/14-13:45 . 2941  "James Brooks" <> [244]
___ We (Berea College) would like to use delegate as an alternative to ezproxy but there are some problems we are having. 1.) first I have delegate running on a localmachine called X With X using this c
  05/15-09:07 . 2942 (Yutaka Sato) [90]
___ The relay with "-_-" is allowed only for machines on ".localnet" by default. You need to specify like "RELAY=proxy,delegate:*:*:*" to permit it for anyone, as written in <URL:
  05/15-13:05 . 2943  "James Brooks" <> [243]
___ 1.) this was fixed with RELAY=proxy,delegate:*:*:* and I also added a PERMIT=*:*:* but the real reason it seems to work now is because I had it running as a service on port 81 and did not notice. so
DeleGate/9.0.2(ALPHA) -- fixed IPv6 name resolution, fixed make problems on 64bits machine, etc.
  05/18-11:44 . 2944 (Yutaka Sato) [44]
___ Dear DeleGate users, I inform you of the new release of DeleGate available as follows: DeleGate/9.0.2(ALPHA) -- fixed IPv6 name resolution, fixed make problems on 64bits machine, etc. This release i
  05/18-11:56 . 2945 (Yutaka Sato) [67]
___ I forgot to include the digest of the tar file... SITE: FILE: delegate9.0.2.tar.{gz,bz2} DATE: May 18 11:06 JST 2005 TAR-SIZE: 4925440 bytes TAR-MD5: d4d17
  05/18-23:13 . 2946  "Salvatore Tarallo \(starallo\)" <> [50]
___ Sorted out, thanks again Yutaka. sal ---Original Message--- From: Yutaka Sato [] Sent: Thursday, March 31, 2005 10:39 PM To: Cc: Salvatore Tarallo (
delegate tcp handshake over persistent connection?
  05/20-08:32 . 2947 (Yutaka Sato) [196]
___ Hi Tom, No it has not. But now, SockMux protocol has been extended to be able to do so :) Reducing the overhead by repetitive hand-shakes for TCP connections was the very motivation to make such an
DeleGate/8.11.4 (STABLE) -- fixed compilation problems, UDP/SocksV5, obsoleted X-Locking header
  05/20-09:59 . 2948 (Yutaka Sato) [43]
___ Dear DeleGate users, I inform you of the new release of DeleGate available as follows: DeleGate/8.11.4 -- fixed compilation problems, UDP/SocksV5, obsoleted X-Locking header. This release might be t
pop and smtp relaying
  05/24-21:11 . 2949  "Joseph Vella" <> [12]
___ I can't set up my client to work with pop and smtp relaying with delegate. Is there something to help here. I want it to work as a gateway to any external pop or smtp server for our network. thanks.
delegate running as https service
  06/02-06:23 . 2950  "James Brooks" <> [148]
___ I have a question about using delegate as a reverse proxy with ftp auth and https. Here is the setup... I have a web page and on this web page is a link to be passed to the dele
  06/02-06:50 . 2951  "James Brooks" <> [113]
___ I have also noticed that I can't get sites to work that redirect to https. Example: http://delegate:81/-_- gets redirected to http://delegate:81/-_- but th
  06/02-07:01 . 2952 (Yutaka Sato) [38]
___ delegated -P81 SERVER=https FCL=sslway will make your DeleGate work as a HTTPS/SSL server. Cheers, Yutaka D G Yutaka Sato <> ( - ) National Institute o
  06/02-07:21 . 2953 (Yutaka Sato) [30]
___ You need to specify inserting the SSLway filter for HTTPS server as this: CMAP=sslway:FSV:https I noticed that the dynamically linked SSLway with context/session cache in the latest versions after 9
  06/02-07:30 . 2954  "James Brooks" <> [162]
___ Sorry to keep bothering you but when I insert this line CMAP=sslway:FSV:https I get "ERR https://-/empty_request" in the log file. here is my command line. Is it correct? delegate -f -v -P81 SERVER=
  06/02-07:45 . 2955 (Yutaka Sato) [22]
___ Seems OK. Sorry, you need to use 9.0.0 or prior. Cheers, Yutaka D G Yutaka Sato <> ( - ) National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technolo
  06/02-08:03 . 2956  "James Brooks" <> [121]
___ When I try to use 9.0.0 or lower I get an error about Keyfile not found or wrong: server-key.pem and server-cert.pem and key does not match cert: If I generate a server-key.pem and server-cert.pem f
  06/02-08:15 . 2957 (Yutaka Sato) [22]
___ Maybe. But the easiest way without generating new certificate is using new DeleGate (9.0.1 or later) with old SSLway (before 9.0.0) like CMAP="/path/of/sslway:FSV:https" Or you can use the cert+pem
  06/02-09:08 . 2958  "James Brooks" <> [55]
___ Again, sorry to bother you but I am still having problems with HTTPS redirects. I have downloaded every version of sslway that is on your ftp site under sslway old. I noticed that you log file claim
  06/02-09:51 . 2959 (Yutaka Sato) [45]
___ Are you using DeleGate on Windows??? The problem is caused by shareing (jamming) a SSL context in SSLway between FCL and FSV, sharing SSLway on memory linked by dinaymic linking. Thus forking SSLway
  06/02-10:08 . 2960 (Yutaka Sato) [56]
___ So I made a patch to escape the problem like enclosed and tested the patched version as follows. delegated -v -P81 SERVER=https FCL=sslway CMAP=sslway:FSV:https \ ADMIN="me@my.." RELAY="proxy,delega
  06/02-11:05 . 2961  "James Brooks" <> [562]
___ When I try https://delegate:81/-_- Using: Delegate -f -v -P81 SERVER=https FCL=sslway CMAP="delegate -Fsslway:FSV:https" ADMIN="admin@berea.." RELAY="proxy,delegate:*:*:*" URICONV
  06/02-12:20 . 2962 (Yutaka Sato) [29]
___ I nealy hate M$Win and strongly recommend you to use DeleGate on a Unix :p DeleGate on Win32 lacks many features which are usually available on Unix. I think almost only one recommendable software s
  06/02-21:16 . 2963  "James Brooks" <> [65]
___ The patch worked great for https://delegate:81/-_- Thanks for the help. But as a side note, the patch does not work for all https sites. For example we use apache as a front-end p
java redirect with AUTHORIZER
  06/02-22:54 . 2964  "James Brooks" <> [159]
___ The current line works with sites that have java redirects. delegate -f -v -P81 ADMIN="admin@berea.." RELAY=proxy,delegate:*:*:* URICONV=where:any but this will not: delegate -f -v -P81 ADMIN="admin
delegate running as https service
  06/03-07:23 . 2965 (Yutaka Sato) [32]
___ I don't know what is the problem but I should say that the relaying with "/-_-" like "http://delegate/-_-" is not recommended for practical use because the way of relaying could
generic MOUNT and /-_-URL (Re: delegate running as https service)
  06/03-08:27 . 2966 (Yutaka Sato) [62]
___ In the current DeleGate, doing explicit MOUNT for each server is the only way guaranteed to work: CMAP=sslway:FSV:https MOUNT="/yahoo/**" MOUNT="/att/**" M
java redirect with AUTHORIZER
  06/04-00:33 . 2967  "James Brooks" <> [379]
___ I'm sorry but I guess I didn't phrase my question correctly. Here is the problem: If I use this command. delegate -f -v -P81 ADMIN="admin@berea.." RELAY=proxy,delegate:*:*:* URICONV=where:any And tr
  06/04-01:33 . 2968  "James Brooks" <> [123]
___ Here is the fix I have found so far: delegate -f -v -P81 ADMIN="admin@berea.." RELAY=proxy,delegate:*:*:* PERMIT="*:*" PERMIT="" MOUNT="/Web
  06/06-07:50 . 2969 (Yutaka Sato) [45]
___ A URL in a response messasge which matches with a right-hand URL pattern of a MOUNT parameter will be rewritten. A URL which not matches any of such pattern will not be rewritten. So you need to add
  06/06-09:46 . 2970 (Yutaka Sato) [37]
___ In general, finding URLs fragmented and scattered in variables or in constants in JavaScript is not easy or impossible in some cases. It is impossible to perfectly judge if or not a string or a char
Way over my head - any reference for 'noobs'?
  06/06-11:42 . 2971  "J. Brian Kelley" <> [58]
___ I have no doubt that for those with extensive background, the manual is a gem of precise clarity, but, for the poor Windows dabbler, it might as well have been written in Sanskrit. The tutorial is r
Build problems under Solaris 10
  06/07-23:35 . 2972  Matthias Kurz <> [400]
___ Hi. There where some problems with redefined macros (see attached patch). After fixing this, there are still some errors in the build, but they are ignored (see attached log). Is this ok (because on
Way over my head - any reference for 'noobs'?
  06/08-03:59 . 2973  Matthias Kurz <> [6]
___ Cannot help you. But do you know jap ? (mk)
Build problems under Solaris 10
  06/08-12:36 . 2975 (Yutaka Sato) [43]
___ Hi, Thank you. I modified DeleGate/9.0.2 referring your patch and uploaded the modified version 9.0.3-pre13 at It's ok. Those modules are intended to be us
OOB errors with delegate 8.11.x
  06/08-14:40 . 2976 (Yutaka Sato) [25]
___ Hi, As in <URL:>, I noticed that the moudle to use poll(), which detects OOB has been disabled since DeleGate/8.10.3. So I think applying the patch
Problem with a cookie-based site...
  06/10-03:37 . 2977  "Justin Grewe" <> [99]
___ Hi, Im trying to connect through delegate with a cookie based site, here is the command I am using to start delegate: delegate -f -v -P81 ADMIN="admin@berea.." MOUNT="/htt
Cascading delegate proxy
  06/14-00:35 . 2978  dogbert <> [27]
___ Hi, I need to create a cascade configuration for my delegated infrastructure. I have 2 networks locate in different buildings connected through a dedicated line. Every network have a local delegate
Problem with cookies with delegate...
  06/14-22:46 . 2979  "Justin Grewe" <> [49]
___ Hi, I had wrote you an email earlier about a site that is causing problems because they require that cookies are able to be used with the proxy. Im using this product at berea college and we have on
configuration question
  06/15-16:32 . 2980  "randall kippen" <> [20]
___ Hello, We are using DeleGate as our proxy, but some software that we are using that maintains a persistent connection to a server outside of our network keeps getting disconnected. How should DeleGa
news proxy cannot cashe ?
  06/22-05:24 . 2981  "damir" <> [20]
___ Hy ! I have specific problem with delegate news proxy under win2000. Here is example of my setup : dg.exe -P127 SERVER=nntp EXPIRE=700d CRON="0 * * * * -expire 700d" MOUNT="= nntp://news.readfreenew
  06/22-10:03 . 2982 (Yutaka Sato) [30]
___ Hi, Your LOGFILE is expected to have recorded the reason or hints of the error. Running DeleGate with "-vd" and "-W" options will make the log more detailed. If you are making some restriction on di
configuration question
  06/22-10:17 . 2983 (Yutaka Sato) [26]
___ If you are using DeleGate as a HTTP proxy with SSLtunneling for non-HTTPS/SSL protocols, you need to specify to allow relaying such protocol on the tunnel with a parameter as this: REMITTABLE=+,sslt
Cascading delegate proxy
  06/22-10:48 . 2984 (Yutaka Sato) [43]
___ Here is an example of cascaded DeleGate for HTTP in the reference manual: <URL:> You can share the MASTER-DeleGate (at firewall:8888) by any Dele
  06/22-14:48 . 2985  dogbert <> [49]
___ thanks
news proxy cannot cashe ?
  06/22-19:42 . 2986  "damir" <> [147]
___ --- Original Message --- From: "Yutaka Sato" <> To: <> Cc: <>; <> Sent: Wednesday, June 22, 20
  06/24-01:11 . 2987 (Yutaka Sato) [96]
___ Hi, Oh, I see. So the problem is generic one which is caused when a server is at non-standard port number, where the file path includes ":portnumber" which must be escaped on Win32. I fixed it as th
  06/24-03:30 . 2988  "damir" <> [14]
___ Thanks ! This version works.
delegate: mixed up window sizes
  06/28-20:00 . 2989  "Benjamin Schweizer; dsb AG" <> [65]
___ Hello delegate users, I've experienced some strange problems with the handling of the tcp window size in delegate. By now, I was not able to debug it, I just want to ask if other users have reported
HTTP filtering and Windows
  06/29-21:56 . 2990  "Lorant Horvath" <> [83]
___ Dear All, I'm playing with DeleGate/9.0.2 on Windows 2000 trying to use CFI but it does not seem to work, Delegate sets Content-Length: 0 and the http body contains nothing. Could somebody give some
delegate: mixed up window sizes
  06/30-19:03 . 2991  "Benjamin Schweizer; dsb AG" <> [133]
___ Hello again, I've some more results: - the banner message get's fragmented on some connections (this is a kernel issue, may be some special socket options?) - the fragmented packet is correct as I c
  06/30-21:28 . 2992 (Yutaka Sato) [46]
___ Hi, Is this the problem in DeleGate as a FTP-proxy ? Is it a banner meesage from a FTP server relayed by DeleGate ? Cheers, Yutaka D G Yutaka Sato <> (
  06/30-21:40 . 2993  "Benjamin Schweizer; dsb AG" <> [111]
___ Hello, Yes, Im talking about the 'specialist'. No, It's delegate's welcome message (src/builtin/mssgs/file/ftp-banner.dhtml). As I've mentioned before, I'm not sure what the bug is. Two different fi
  06/30-22:38 . 2994 (Yutaka Sato) [90]
___ Hi, On what OS are you runging the DeleGate ? FTP-DeleGate does not change the default socket buffer size of the socket for control-connection to a client, and it is expected to be large enough (at
HTTP filtering and Windows
  07/03-17:17 . 2995 (Yutaka Sato) [79]
___ Hi, The command should be as "/script/d" to be acceptable by sed, if your intention is to "delete lines including the string 'script'". And you can use the internal builtin sed (-sed) for commands w
DeleGate ignores many web pages!
  07/04-06:44 . 2996  "Randy J. Anderson" <> [55]
___ Where could I file a bug report? I tested DeleGate 9.0.2 and noticed that it's failing to cache many web pages that even the web browser's internal caches can cache! I dunno why. Squid 2.5 don't hav
HTTP filtering and Windows
  07/05-21:47 . 2997  "Lorant Horvath" <> [67]
___ Hello Yutaka, No, I wanted to replace 'script' with 'deleted' in the html body but I forgot the '/' at the end (only in my email). The correct line: Body-Filter: C:\cygwin\bin\sed.exe "s/script/dele
Save input/output streams to a file
  07/06-00:40 . 2998  "Lorant Horvath" <> [12]
___ Dear Yutaka, is there any option to save the incoming/outgoing streams to a file for further inspection? At the moment I use Delegate as a http proxy server and modify the request headers received f
Authenticating IMAP access
  07/06-22:31 . 2999  Peter Kaldis <> [16]
___ Hi there. I'm running delegate v9.0.2 on a RH Linux v8 machine sitting outside our firewall and its serving as a secure IMAP proxy. I would like to control who has access to this service by using so
news proxy expire - how ?
  07/07-03:20 . 3000  "damir" <> [26]
___ I was install delegate for nt with folowing options: dg.exe -P119 SERVER=nntp EXPIRE=30d CRON="0 * * * * -expire 30d" MOUNT="= nntp://" CACHE=do DGROOT="D:\" ADMI
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