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unusual application for delegated
  08/06-03:08 . 4050  Joe in MPLS <p2ihqbdyi-p53o7e76ogtr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [34]
___ I have a proprietary credit card authorization application that runs on an old mini-mainframe type machine that has no network encryption capability. I'd like to encrypt transactions between the poi
  08/06-03:38 . 4051  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [34]
___ Hi, It can be configured as follows (for port number 2001 to 2050): delegated STLS=fcl TIMEOUT=io:0 -P2001-2050 SERVER=tcprelay://host:- Due to the size of the buffer for internal representation of
  08/06-04:39 . 4052  Joe in MPLS <p2ihqbdyi-p53o7e76ogtr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [60]
___ Yutaka, Thanks for the reply. Do the "internal representations of ports" consume resources even if they ports aren't used? Unfortunately the server ports aren't assigned sequentially in contiguous r
  08/06-05:20 . 4053  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [39]
___ Hi, The "internal representation" is merely textually expanded representation of ports with its socket descriptor. For example -P2000-2003 can be represented internally as "-P2000/100,2001/101,2002/
customization builtin messages and icons.
  08/06-13:51 . 4054  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [24]
___ Hi, 9.8.4-pre3 released last week including the patch is recommended. None. Cheers, Yutaka 9 9 Yutaka Sato <y.sato@delegate.org> http://delegate.org/y.sato/ ( ~ ) National Institute of Advanced Indu
NNTP-Delegate will not cache in Linux
  08/07-18:50 . 4055  Jeff <pyqhqbdyi-p53o7e76ogtr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [317]
___ Hi Yutaka, I have been testing the last patch you sent, it seems to work acceptably but I have noticed an interesting side effect. First off, let me explain briefly how I am testing. My setup has an
  08/07-19:34 . 4056  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [59]
___ Hi, I'm sure that the tentative patch was coded behave as you described :p It receives ARTICLE response from the server to a cache file, then BODY part is extracted and forwarded to the client. It'l
How to verify a server's certificate?
  08/09-02:53 . 4057  Monika Schilling <p3ehqbdyi-p53o7e76ogtr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [156]
___ Hello, I succeeded in setting up DeleGate 9.7.7 as a gateway beetween a pop3 client and a pop3s server by using this configuration: -v ADMIN=... STLS=fsv -P127.0.0.1:50110 SERVER=pop REMITTABLE=pop3
  08/09-19:18 . 4058  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [42]
___ Hi, Why do you think that DeleGate did not verify it? Your log shows that the verification of the server's certificate is succeeded (ok=1) based on your CAfile at [/home/ms/delegate/lib/CA.pem], thu
  08/11-01:24 . 4059  Monika Schilling <p3ehqbdyi-p53o7e76ogtr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [87]
___ Hi Yutaka, Why do you think that DeleGate did not verify it? Your log shows that the verification of the server's certificate is succeeded (ok=1) based on your CAfile at [/home/ms/delegate/lib/CA.pe
  08/11-11:45 . 4060  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [40]
___ Hi Monika, I implemented sslway.c of DeleGate to be compatible with the behavior of "apps/s_client.c" of OpenSSL. So if you test it with "openssl s_client" rather than "openssl verify", you will see
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