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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
mod. against HRS -- 8.11.5-pre1 / 9.0.3-pre28
  07/07-14:47 . 3001 (Yutaka Sato) [36]
___ I modified DeleGate to make it robust against malicious usage of DeleGate as a HTTP-proxy, as noticed in: <URL:> <URL:http://www.watchfire.
DeleGate/8.11.5 (STABLE) -- coped with HRS, fixes for Win32 (freezing, filters and log directory)
  07/08-00:22 . 3002 [52]
___ Dear DeleGate users, I inform you of the new release of DeleGate available as follows: DeleGate/8.11.5 -- coped with HRS, fixes for Win32 (freezing, filters and log directory) This release includes
Can ftp "mirroring" be done with Delegate?
  07/09-03:06 . 3003  "Mike Vidal" <> [126]
___ Is it possible to configure Delegate so that ftping a file it causes the file to be ftped to 1 primary server and 1 or more backup servers? /--- ftp server 1 \--- ftp server 3
  07/09-05:17 . 3004 (Yutaka Sato) [31]
___ The basic configuration to do so will be like this: delegated -P21 SERVER=ftp CACHE=do \ MOUNT="/path1/* ftp://server1/*" \ MOUNT="/path2/* ftp://server2/*" \ MOUNT="/path3/* ftp://server3/*" But no
  07/09-05:24 . 3005  "Mike Vidal" <> [47]
___ DeleGate makes a control connection to the origin server of the data. Is this for authentication purposes only? ---Original Message--- From: Yutaka Sato [] Sent: Friday,
  07/09-18:59 . 3006 (Yutaka Sato) [35]
___ No. It is because caching-proxy-FTP-DeleGate does not support the full-set of commands and status of the FTP protocol, so it forwards unknown or not cared commands to the origin server. For example,
news proxy expire - how ?
  07/10-04:39 . 3007 (Yutaka Sato) [62]
___ The argument "-atime 30d" in the log means "not accessed (just) for 30days", that is, the "last access date" of a file is just 30days old. If this expire is done every day, there should be no file o
Frequency Of POP Requests
  07/10-05:37 . 3008  "Maxwell Nairn Andrews" <> [86]
___ I have a POP server on IP address with a Delegate NT service using this command line: "C:\Program Files\DeleGate\Delegate" <> ADMIN=x@y.. PERMIT="*" SRCIF="
news proxy expire - how ?
  07/10-05:59 . 3009 (Yutaka Sato) [36]
___ Sorry, this was my misunderstanding. Although the arguments of "expire" command of DeleGate follows that of "find" program on Unix, "-atime N" in DeleGate means "-atime +N". So it was not the proble
Frequency Of POP Requests
  07/10-06:41 . 3010 (Yutaka Sato) [33]
___ I don't understand what "request updates" means. The "Expires" shows that DeleGate sends "Expires" header field in the HTTP response message of the page. The Expires header is the advice for the HTT
  07/10-07:29 . 3011  "Maxwell Nairn Andrews" <> [51]
___ I suppose my question should have been: How often does DELEGATE poll for new POP email messages when DELEGATE if configured as a HTTP to POP gateway. Also, can the frequency of these POP polls be ch
  07/10-08:11 . 3012 (Yutaka Sato) [30]
___ DeleGate does not initiate polling to any server. It gateways a request from a (HTTP) client to a (POP) server, when a client send a request to DeleGate. Thus the only way to poll a new email messag
Authenticating IMAP access
  07/10-09:13 . 3013 (Yutaka Sato) [17]
___ Does not the IMAP server have a auth mechanism ? Cheers, Yutaka D G Yutaka Sato <> ( - ) National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technolo
news proxy expire - how ?
  07/10-18:05 . 3014  "damir" <> [13]
___ This mean that delegate for now is not capable to delete old files? Anyway , i found utilities for windows DelOld which do this job fine ... only I must repeat this every 30 days manualy , but is mu
  07/10-18:57 . 3015  "damir" <> [72]
___ 30days", more". Well I really wont only that not come into situation that my disc is full and that delegate stop to work. I need some kind of "automation" in delete cashe files , so I think that the
  07/10-19:24 . 3016 (Yutaka Sato) [33]
___ No, it must be "-expire 0", not "-expire expire 0". The 0 for "-atime +0" is just for ignoring -atime judgment because "-atime +0" is true always. You can do it from CRON without "-atime" and more s
  07/10-20:14 . 3017  "damir" <> [24]
___ +3 -sum"<BR> Sorry it is my mistake ... did you try to use news server : with delegate ?
Authenticating IMAP access
  07/11-03:33 . 3018  Peter Kaldis <> [25]
___ Hi Yutaka, thanks for the response. You are right, the IMAP server can authenticate, however I'm trying to restrict the service at the proxy level, so that not everyone who can access it internally
  07/11-04:37 . 3019 (Yutaka Sato) [89]
___ Hi, Oh, I see. I think you can do it with MOUNT, but it is straightforward to do it with AUTHORIZER in the case. So I made a patch for imap.c to refer AUTHORIZER in IMAP LOGIN. With this patch and w
  07/11-05:58 . 3020  Peter Kaldis <> [93]
___ Thanks! I'll give it a try.
  07/11-06:36 . 3021 (Yutaka Sato) [14]
___ I uploaded the current snapshot including the patch as 9.0.3-pre29 at <URL:> Cheers, Yutaka D G Yutaka Sato <>
Problem with a cookie-based site...
  07/11-09:41 . 3022 (Yutaka Sato) [58]
___ First, I tested it with DeleGate and URL as: http://myhost:9999/-_- It failed in the page saying that Cookie must be enabled. So I retried
Authenticating IMAP access
  07/14-08:48 . 3023  Peter Kaldis <> [169]
___ Yutaka, first off, I'd like to thank you for an excellent piece of software. Its very useful in so many ways. Second, I'd like to ask for your help once more. I've built and installed version 9.0.3-
  07/14-10:08 . 3024 (Yutaka Sato) [43]
___ I suppose the reason of the failure is that the password argument for LOGIN is sent as "String" rather than Atom. You can see what is sent from the client with "FFROMCL=-tee" parameter. The patch sh
A question about MOUNT
  07/14-23:47 . 3025  刔鞦繪 剱鞳驫蓁 <> [35]
___ Hello, Yutaka! I have the following problem with using DeleGate as a mail proxy with authentication. There is a public internet mail server with pop, imap and smtp. It has addresses, ima
Authenticating IMAP access
  07/15-01:36 . 3026 (Yutaka Sato) [67]
___ I modified the IMAP-DeleGate to reject AUTHENTICATE command when it is running with AUTHORIZER restriction. I confirmed that Thunderbird works with the modified version, sending AUTHENTICATE first t
A question about MOUNT
  07/15-05:48 . 3027 (Yutaka Sato) [69]
___ Hi, I think this can be simply as this since ":143" is not necessary: MOUNT="//* imap://imap.*" Or it can be as this since %S is referred in the order. MOUNT="//*%S/%S imap://imap.*%S:143/%S" MOUNT
Authenticating IMAP access
  07/15-06:52 . 3028  Peter Kaldis <> [73]
___ Thanks Yutaka, this patch seems to be working!
A question about MOUNT
  07/15-20:08 . 3029  =?windows-1251?Q?=D1=E5=F0=E3=E5=E9=20=D1=FB=F0=E5=F1=EA=E8=ED?= <> [163]
___ Hello, Yutaka! First of all thank you for the fast reply. Will the patch you sent me last time be included in the official DeleGate releases? This one makes absolutely same rHost to vHost rewrite as
problem with MOUNT and SMTP
  07/15-21:08 . 3030  =?windows-1251?Q?=D1=E5=F0=E3=E5=E9=20=D1=FB=F0=E5=F1=EA=E8=ED?= <> [116]
___ Hello, Yutaka! I have another problem with MOUNT. You remember my recent post about a free internet mail server with dedicated servers for pop, imap and smtp and user accounts like usename@m
  07/17-10:17 . 3031 (Yutaka Sato) [64]
___ Mapping the domain part of a mail address to the hostname, where a mail to the domain is to be sent, is a very generic and standardized mechanism supported by DNS as MX record. So you should be use
debugging in visual c
  07/18-18:49 . 3032  Adrian Cismas <> [20]
___ I have downloaded the version 8.11.5 of delegate, i have unpacked the files and i don't know how to debug the application using visual c++ ,because i was unable to find any dsw,dsp or mak files. Tha
A question about MOUNT
  07/19-22:37 . 3033 (Yutaka Sato) [71]
___ It will be in DeleGate/9.0.3, but will not be in DeleGate/8 because it is not clear that it does not make any unexpected side effects, and it is not a fix for obvious bug in usual usage. The error s
Problems with MOUNT and SMTP, AUTHORIZER and mail protocols
  07/20-00:26 . 3034  =?windows-1251?Q?=D1=E5=F0=E3=E5=E9=20=D1=FB=F0=E5=F1=EA=E8=ED?= <> [255]
___ Hello, Yutaka! Specifying "dns" in the RESOLV parameter did really help. I thought that "sys" would be enough. The new RFC with "_pop_.tcp" didn't work for me. Maybe I did something wrong, but this
  07/20-02:44 . 3035 (Yutaka Sato) [85]
___ Hi, Since "sys" means using the standard gethostbyname() function (for A record even if the resolver is DNS), there is no way to get a MX record by it. I expect it to be widely deployed in the futur
PERMIT and AUTHORIZER don't work with mail protocols
  07/20-19:44 . 3036  =?windows-1251?Q?=D1=E5=F0=E3=E5=E9=20=D1=FB=F0=E5=F1=EA=E8=ED?= <> [159]
___ Hello, Yutaka! We have two bugs: 1. PERMIT doesn't work with mail protcolos; 2. AUTHORIZER=-pam doesn't work with mail protcolos. Exactly the same PERMIT and AUTHORIZER do work for HTTP. LOG_1 is fo
delegate: mixed up window sizes
  07/21-17:23 . 3037  "Benjamin Schweizer; dsb AG" <> [73]
___ Hello Yutaka, I'm sorry for answering late. Red Hat Linux, Kernel 2.4 Well, we are running a complex VPN, so the reason for the shrinked window size might be therein. So far, the workaroud (shorteni
DeleGate/9.0.3(ALPHA) -- added Skype brocker, encrypted config., extended CHARSET conv., etc.
  07/26-08:37 . 3038 (Yutaka Sato) [133]
___ Dear DeleGate users, I inform you of the new release of DeleGate available as follows: DeleGate/9.0.3 -- added Skype brocker, encrypted config., extended CHARSET conv., etc. In this release, the SSL
Support for SFTP protocol
  07/28-17:34 . 3039  Yair Lenga <> [11]
___ Hi, I looking for an application that can translate between ftp and sftp protocol (secure ftp, part of the ssh pacakge). I noticed that delegate can handle many protocols, but sftp is not listed. I
  07/30-17:45 . 3040 (Yutaka Sato) [133]
___ Hi, Sftp/SSH has not been implemented in DeleGate, since I have not heard any request about it. I'm interested in it then I read the specification of sftp in draft-ietf-secsh-filexfer-09.txt, and ot
gateway for sftp/SSH over HTTP (Re: Support for SFTP protocol)
  07/31-10:42 . 3041 (Yutaka Sato) [43]
___ I implemented a gateway from HTTP client to sftp/SSH server too. It can be used with MOUNT like this: % delegated -v -P8080 SERVER=http MOUNT="/* sftp://SftpServer/*" With this MOUNT, you can access
  08/03-22:03 . 3042  "Javi " <> [23]
___ Hello I have a ftp server in localhost (proftpd it supports explicit TLS/SSL encription) and giptables firewall on the same machine, when i connect from outside in clear ftp everything is ok, but wh
ftp ssl/tls firewall problem
  08/03-22:07 . 3043  "Javi " <> [25]
___ Hello I have a ftp server in localhost (proftpd it supports explicit TLS/SSL encription) and giptables firewall on the same machine, when i connect from outside in clear ftp everything is ok, but wh
DeleGate/9.0.4(ALPHA) -- added gateway for sftp/SSH server to FTP/HTTP
  08/05-09:39 . 3044 (Yutaka Sato) [56]
___ Dear DeleGate users, I inform you of the new release of DeleGate available as follows: DeleGate/9.0.4 -- added gateway for sftp/SSH server to FTP/HTTP Gatewaying sftp/SSH server for FTP or HTTP clie
ftp ssl/tls firewall problem
  08/05-11:56 . 3045 (Yutaka Sato) [22]
___ If the FTP server supports EPSV and the client tries EPSV beofre PASV, then a passive data connection is expected to pass through a filrewall. Cheers, Yutaka D G Yutaka Sato <> ht
IPV6 support
  08/09-22:56 . 3046  "Sandro Latini" <> [63]
___ Hi, i'm testing Delegate alpha 9.0.4 for ipv6 and i think is working very fine. I'm using an ipv6 tunnelling with sixxs ( and i have a my /48 class. When i have started delegated (i'm
how to authenticate admins by other means than identd or ftp ?
  08/10-00:16 . 3047  Armin Wies <> [37]
___ Hi, yet I don't seem to understand how authentication works for DeleGate. I understand that admins are either authenticated by ident or by a reverse ftp-connection using the credientials provided by
IPV6 support
  08/10-02:01 . 3048 (Yutaka Sato) [27]
___ When you have multiple interface on the host of DeleGate, and you need to specify an interface, with address xxxx for example, it can be done as this for the incomming port, -Pxxxx:port and as this
  08/10-04:52 . 3049  Sandro Latini <> [70]
___ I have started delegated in this way: delegated -P192.168.0.3:90 SERVER=http RES_AF=64 SRCIF=eth0 delegated -P192.168.0.3:1080 SERVER=socks RES_AF=64 SRCIF=eth0 and my eth0 interface is: eth0 Link e
how to authenticate admins by other means than identd or ftp ?
  08/10-12:33 . 3050 (Yutaka Sato) [57]
___ Hi, If your host of DeleGate runs FTP server, then you can use it for the authentication with an AUTH parameter as this: AUTH="admin:*:dgadmin@localhost" Username: dgadmin Password: the password for
  08/11-18:15 . 3051  Armin Wies <> [96]
___ Hi Yutaka, thank you for your reply. OK, I've set up a ftp-server in order to test this. One can minimize the security risk when binding the ftp-server to the loopback-interface. But anyway, isn't i
  08/11-20:40 . 3052 (Yutaka Sato) [124]
___ Hi, "/-/admin" was tentatively implemented in 1995 in DeleGate/2.6.0, when there were not SSL, PAM, Digest Authentication, and ... After 10 years of leaving, now I'm reviewing and extending the remo
  08/12-20:01 . 3053  Armin Wies <> [73]
___ Hi Yutaka, schrieb am 11.08.05 13:40:28: Great, I'm looking forward to the next release :-) I included the patch, but somehow -pam does not work for me: 08/12 12:47:12.35 [5231
  08/13-06:26 . 3054 (Yutaka Sato) [38]
___ PAM authentication not for the owner user of DeleGate process requires to be executed in super user ownership. So one of followings will solve the problem: - run the DeleGate with OWNER=dgadmin - ru
  08/16-15:01 . 3055 (Yutaka Sato) [24]
___ Hi, I uploaded DeleGate/9.0.5-pre1 to With this version, you can do like this: delegated -P8080,9999/admin AUTH="admin:-list{user:pass}" SERVER=http "/adm
  08/18-19:23 . 3056  Armin Wies <> [193]
___ Hi Yutaka, Who is the owner of the DG process ? I thought it is "nobody" by default... I am "root", run DG and do a "ps" and I see that the owner of the DG process is "nobody". But even if I set a p
  08/22-07:39 . 3057  TuXsOuL <> [100]
___ Hi, my name is mario, i'm from mxico, i like DeleGate read few about, is a cool project. I using DeleGate for a school project, example network structure: /---\ /---\ \---/ \---/ | | /---\ | Server
  08/23-06:38 . 3058 (Yutaka Sato) [56]
___ The server's log shows the source IP address of the host of the client with which the TCP connection to the server is establised. Thus the address cannot be other than the address of the (last) prox
delegate8.11.5 on Solaris 2.6
  08/25-16:43 . 3059  John Briggs <> [16]
___ Hello Yutaka I had a issue compiling 8.11.5 on my poor old Solaris 2.6 box. implicit declaration of function `int inet_aton(...)' So I added this to vsaddr.c int inet_aton(const char
trying to build using visual studio
  08/27-07:08 . 3060  jack wu <> [14]
___ Hi Yutaka, i am new to Delegate so this might be an old question for you. i have downloaded all the src and i am trying to load everything in to my visual studio. so i am a little confused by the di
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