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Ftp problem
  09/24-19:19 . 0110 (Yutaka Sato 佐藤豊) [11]
___ Sorry, I missed to spell the version. "DeleGate/5.6.8" is correct. Cheers, Yutaka Yutaka Sato <> @ @ Computer Science Division, Electrotechnical Laborator
Multiple POP-servers ?
  09/25-00:31 . 0111  Engelhard <> [19]
___ Can I do this with delegate ? delegate pop server | +---+---+ | | | pop server1 pop server2 pop server3 for user for user for user a ~ g h ~ p q ~ z So when the user engel wants to retrieve his mail
  09/25-02:55 . 0112 (Yutaka Sato 佐藤豊) [58]
___ From doc/Manual.txt: This shows that you will be able to satisfy the requirement with: -P8110 \ SERVER=pop \ MOUNT="a* pop://server1/a*" \ MOUNT="g* pop://server1/g*" \ MOUNT="h* pop://server2/h*" \
Ftp problem
  09/25-03:25 . 0113  Robert Szabo <> [35]
___ Dear Yutaka! You have been solved the problem with ftp-patch! :))) I was fascinated, how fast You wrote, and how efficient was Your solution!!! You're excellent programmer. Congratulation! I think S
Fw: [DeleGate-En] Still some problem with Proxy FTP
  09/25-04:56 . 0114 (Yutaka Sato 佐藤豊) [56]
___ Hi Piero, on 09/24/98(17:16:29) Sorry, I missunderstood of which DeleGate your log was... I made sure it by "FTOCL=-tee" which dumps messages sent to clients on control connection, showing no data w
env vars
  09/25-05:14 . 0115 (Yutaka Sato 佐藤豊) [40]
___ "CGIENV" parameter controls passing of NON-CGI environment variable like PATH or HOME. I recommend you from the simplest and direct testing like this. (1) prepair /tmp/env.cgi including like this wi
  09/25-08:40 . 0116 (Oliver Hertel) [57]
___ Hiho! Ah. [...] This works. But THIS does not work: ---start (script)--- delegated -P8089 -v ADMIN=root@sarah.. FTOCL=cfi.conf ---end--- ---cfi.conf--- Content-Type: text/html Filter: ---end
  09/25-12:36 . 0117 (Yutaka Sato 佐藤豊) [44]
___ You should specify your filter in "CGI:" field, not in "Filter:" filed, if your filter expects the interface compatible with CGI. I recommend you to see the difference betweeen Filter and CGI using
  09/26-01:49 . 0118 (Oliver Hertel) [20]
___ Hiho! Does not work. Result of $ENV{'HTTP_USER_AGENT'} is always "". 8-( The same perl-script in /cgi-bin of the http-server is working correct. But not as cgi for the proxy. Ciao, Oliver http://www
  09/29-00:48 . 0119  Oliver Hertel <> [14]
___ Hi! I tried everything. But the HTTP environment vars are not available when starting a cgi from delegate (SunOS5). Any other hints except using CGI: instead of FILTER: ?? I need it badly... Ciao, O
  09/29-01:13 . 0120 (Yutaka Sato 佐藤豊) [17]
___ I forgot to tell you that a value of a request header "Field" is available in FTOCL filter by the name "HTTP_X_REQUEST_Field". Thus the User-Agent field will be available with the name "HTTP_X_REQUE
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