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DeleGate/9.6.3 (BETA) -- fixes for frozen gzip and SSL threads
  08/08-13:50 . 3802 (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 <> [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 (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 <> [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" <> [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 (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" <> [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 (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 <> [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
Delegate as LDAP-to-LDAPS proxy (2)
  08/28-19:41 . 3811  Kevin Richter <> [25]
  The mount commands works, now. But delegate connects to localhost, why? It should connect to Here my log: 2+0: 040 3 2 005 [UNV 4]( 8) "kric0999" 2+0: 059 2 8 043 1.2.8. [UNV 16]( 5
Delegate as LDAP-to-LDAPS proxy
  08/29-15:09 . 3812 (Yutaka Sato) [81]
  Hi, Could you show me what is different between the config. and the following one? Unfortunatelly I don't remember the (tentative) implementation of LDAP proxy by DeleGate ... In such situation, I t
  08/29-20:32 . 3813  Kevin Richter <> [87]
  Hi, before my first posting the config was: -P192.168.25.50:389 SERVER=ldap FSV=sslway PERMIT="ldap:*" VARDIR=${EXECDIR} It worked, but I had to append "@" to the base-dn. And the
Error message: Non-Admin request for a non-HTTP server
  08/30-09:31 . 3814  "Jim Scharp" <> [44]
  I have two delegate instances, one forwarding http requests to another over an encrypted tunnel to proxy http requests: Web browser, proxies traffic to localhost --> delegateA:4000 --> SSL tunnel co
  08/30-14:51 . 3815 (Yutaka Sato) [43]
  Hi, You should specify the port dedicated for admin. in the delegateB as this for example: -P3825,3826/admin Cheers, Yutaka 9 9 Yutaka Sato <> ( ~ ) Na
  08/30-15:55 . 3816 (Yutaka Sato) [76]
  Hi, I'm reminded that I thought it should be permitted as a normal usage to share a single port between users and administration like in your case. So I'll modify the code as the enclosed patch. Che
9.7.0 compile error on OpenBSD
  08/30-16:29 . 3817  <> [23]
  Hi! I'm preparing a new machine with Delegate on it. It runs OpenBSD 3.7 (genuine installation out-of-box), while compiling DG 9.7.0 it stops saying: In file included from .../inclu
  08/30-16:57 . 3818 (Yutaka Sato) [35]
  Hi, I'm curious why and what are you using instread of cc or gcc... It might be solved by removing the lines... Cheers, Yutaka 9 9 Yutaka Sato <> ( ~ )
some questions about delegate
  08/30-22:56 . 3819  "luo xuebing" <> [32]
  Dear Mr. Sato: I recently used DeleGate 9.5.6, which is excellent, practical, usable. But I encountered several problems when I used it, and couldn't find the answer in the documents(on www.delegate
Error message: Non-Admin request for a non-HTTP server
  08/31-02:20 . 3820  "Jim Scharp" <> [16]
  Yes, it works properly when I use separate ports as you described. Thank you for your quick response in patching the code!
some questions about delegate
  08/31-15:34 . 3821 (Yutaka Sato) [23]
  I don't know what you mean by "link" and what you did exactly with DeleGate. Filtering HTTP response with an external command can be done with FTOCL=command or FTOCL=script.cfi as described in the m
9.7.0 compile error on OpenBSD
  08/31-17:37 . 3822 (Yutaka Sato) [92]
  I tested the compilation of DeleGate on OpenBSD(4.1) and saw the same errors. It can be solved by it but I'll do more generic solution in ystring.h as the enclosed patch. Another problem I found on
some questions about delegate
  08/31-18:34 . 3823  "luo xuebing" <> [565]
  Dear Mr. Sato: Thank you for writting back! The "link" in my last mail means a TCP connection,FTOCL is a filter command.I used DeleGate as a data process server(http) , Apache as a web server.Using
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