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delegate9.6.3-pre5 & IPv6
  07/27-22:09 . 3800  Tero Pelander <p3ahabdyi-abjexvckuutr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [46]
___ IPv6 problems in delegate9.6.3-pre5 Problem 1: Can't use ipv6 dns servers. Example: first one works ok, second one fails to contact dns server ../delegated -v -P__:3129 SERVER=http RESOLV=dns RES_NS
  07/28-11:19 . 3801  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [108]
___ Hi, It is because the socket of DeleGate to communicate with DNS servers (resolvers) is hard coded to be in IPv4. In the next release (9.6.3-pre6) I'll modify it as the enclosed patch to cope with a
DeleGate/9.6.3 (BETA) -- fixes for frozen gzip and SSL threads
  08/08-13:50 . 3802  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [68]
___ Dear DeleGate users, I inform you of the new release of DeleGate available as follows: DeleGate/9.6.3 (BETA) -- fixes for frozen gzip and SSL threads This release includes important fixes for proble
Multiple POP alternatively
  08/11-02:06 . 3803  Eric Binger <p3mhabdyi-abjexvckuutr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [84]
___ Good Morning. We have 2 pop servers (and more in a near future) * each one has an equal MX DNS weight * password are synchronized so emails come alternatively on these servers (SMTP), who are locate
  08/11-02:50 . 3804  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [36]
___ Hi, If you mean those POP servers are completely synchronized and equivalent about the contents (i.e. the set of users and spools), then you will be able to unify them in the DNS level, or using the
Delegate question: Application gateway
  08/14-22:51 . 3805  qriff <p3uhabdyi-abjexvckuutr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [9]
___ I would like to know if it would be possible to use your Delegate to provide access to a website using reverse-cookies. To be more specific: The proxy would direct users to one webserver and get a c
Logging of load balancer pings
  08/21-22:17 . 3806  "Scott Lambdin" <p3yhabdyi-abjexvckuutr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [53]
___ Hi - Is there some way to tell delegate to stop logging the connections from the load balancers? I'm not finding it. They look like this. 08/21 06:11:37.85 [17521] 37+20: (0) accepted [69] -@[1.1.1.
  08/23-03:05 . 3807  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [31]
___ Hi, I don't know what you mean by "load balancers" and whether there are clients other than the "load balancerts", but anyway you can suppress logging for any clients with the command line option -v
  08/23-04:15 . 3808  "Scott Lambdin" <p3yhabdyi-abjexvckuutr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [112]
___ Thanks - that cut it back to just two lines being logged for each connection. The delegate servers are a clustered pair and the load balancer is what decides which server to send each particular con
  08/23-10:28 . 3809  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [102]
___ Hi, At least when I introduced the conditional parameter with "(condition)" prefix in DeleGate/8.2.0, it might have been useful for debugging to see how it is working. But it is not necessary now an
Delegate as LDAP-to-LDAPS proxy
  08/26-04:46 . 3810  Kevin Richter <pzyhabdyi-abjexvckuutr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [49]
___ Hi, thanks for a second time for this great piece of software. Today I tried out delegate as ldap-to-ldaps proxy. After one hour for reading manual and building the config everything works :) Now I
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