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Question about MOUNT
  07/02-15:43 . 4863  florent jose <p74jabdyi-eczlm3vjrtzr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [253]
  Hello Yutaka, I'am using Delegate as a proxy to convert HTTP to HTTPS request. The requests are coming & forwarded from five different secured apache servers with different IP. The problem is it pos
  07/05-07:21 . 4864  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [39]
  Hi, I'm not sure what your intention is but it might be something as: MOUNT="/* https://192.168.246.135/*" See <URL:http://www.delegate.org/delegate/nvproxy/> for more details. Also be sure that you
Cached directories/files not being removed/deleted.
  07/06-18:50 . 4865  tomatotree <paejqbdyi-eczlm3vjrtzr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [46]
  Sorry if this has been asked and solved before; I couldn't find an answer. The cached directories/files are not being deleted at all. I must 'rm -rf' thesedirectories/files myself. What I want is al
Mount - 404 on some page images/links
  07/07-09:00 . 4866  "Beutel, Philip" <p64jabdyi-eczlm3vjrtzr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [24]
  Hi Yutaka, I've had a bit of a look through the code to have Delegate interpret the &#39; but the code is a bit beyond me, are you able to let me know a few pointers to where and what I should be ch
  07/07-10:04 . 4867  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [36]
  Phil, It might be as the enclosed patch. Cheers, Yutaka 9 9 Yutaka Sato <y.sato@delegate.org> http://delegate.org/y.sato/ ( ~ ) National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology _< >_
Cached directories/files not being removed/deleted.
  07/10-12:48 . 4868  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [70]
  Hi, I'm not sure why you need the second CRON= with "-atime +1(day)" while you have the first CRON= with "-expire 10m". The first one should be enough for your requirement because it will remove cac
  07/12-11:31 . 4869  NiNeCaT <paujqbdyi-eczlm3vjrtzr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [11]
  Thank you Yutaka for you reply and time :). You explained it very well and I have a better understanding of it. I have removed the 2nd cron (CRON="0 12,0 * * * /home/use...) and it is working just f
Handle the body mail in SMTP
  07/13-03:38 . 4870  Simon Guilhot <payjqbdyi-eczlm3vjrtzr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [144]
  Hello Yukata, Thanks for your time and your responses. I spend the day working with the product. After spending some weeks using it, I can say that the product are great but I found, at start the ma
  07/13-07:47 . 4871  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [113]
  Hi, I can't see what didn't work and how. Your CFI scripts for FTOSV seems to work as follows: 07/13 07:40:42.19 [26598] 1+0: -- Fork(FTOSV): 26597 -> 26598 07/13 07:40:42.19 [26598] 1+0: ### execFi
SMTP AUTH LOGIN
  07/14-01:20 . 4872  =?iso-8859-1?Q?Jes=FAs_DIEGO_FERN=C1NDEZ?= <pu4jabdyi-eczlm3vjrtzr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [177]
  Mr Sato, Thanks to your action with 9.9.7 (AUTH LOGIN) we have been able to deploy Delegate as a gateway between simple smtp clients and SSL+Auth BPOS email server. We just finished the stress tests
reverse http tunnel with delegate?
  07/16-18:21 . 4873  "Matthias Waldorf \(Zoom\)" <pgmhqbdyi-eczlm3vjrtzr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [21]
  Dear Yutaka, I need to transfer files from and to a windows machine behind firewall. The only way outside is a http proxy with a lot of filtering. Is there to make a directory on that machine access
  07/16-22:44 . 4874  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [37]
  Hi, Maybe there are many solutions with/without DeleGate. If your "transferring file" means getting/putting files or making/removing directoies over FTP from a FTP client, then using the "FTPxHTTP"
  07/16-23:35 . 4875  "Matthias Waldorf \(Zoom\)" <pgmhqbdyi-eczlm3vjrtzr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [64]
  Dear Yutaka, this looks good. However, I think I need the opposite way (access the local files from "outside"). Is this possible with FTPxHTTP, too? Best regards, Matthias ---Original Message--- Fro
  07/17-03:41 . 4876  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [80]
  Hi, It is another dimension. If you can have a (reverse) HTTP proxy on your gateway host (on the boundary of outside and inside), the answer is yes, of course. Yutaka Cheers, Yutaka 9 9 Yutaka Sato
  07/17-04:25 . 4877  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [96]
  Hi, Maybe I missed to interpret your question. It is technically easy to utilize SSL-tunnel (over a HTTP proxy) to invite TCP connections from outside, but what is difficult is not there but in anot
About delegate problem in Linux other than RedHat
  07/19-10:56 . 4878  pbyjqbdyi-eczlm3vjrtzr.ml@ml.delegate.org [110]
  Hello Yutaka, delegate is a nice app !! I installed delegate in a RedHat 9 machine as a telnet proxy which allow our teammate to telnet outside using another tcp port. In the meantime, I'll also kee
  07/19-13:25 . 4879  feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato) [30]
  Hi, Do you mean you using "tee" as an external filter program of your DeleGate for Telenet ? If so, I'm not sure but the standard "tee" program will buffer data for its output thus it is not appropr
reverse http tunnel with delegate?
  07/22-00:54 . 4880  "Matthias Waldorf \(Zoom\)" <pgmhqbdyi-eczlm3vjrtzr.ml@ml.delegate.org> [126]
  Dear Yutaka, you may be right. I will try to find another solution for the problem. Thank you for your help! Matthias ---Original Message--- From: Yutaka Sato [mailto:feedback@delegate.org] Sent: Fr
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