Same me, another question...
I'm trying to clean-up a messy script, too many configurations for different
delegates. I'm about to create separate configuration files for each of the
services provided. I'm unable to understand from the documentation provided,
and I haven't tested anything in this respect, how are you placing
configurations which require environment variables in that configuration
I have someting like this
## delegate startup script ##
-vt -S \
FCL="$HERE/$SSLPROGRAM -ac" \
MOUNT="/* http://web1.oasis-technology.com/*" \
MOUNT="/web/* http://web2.oasis-technology.com/*" \
MOUNT="/mail-pop/* pop://popserv.oasis-technology.com/*" \
This would easily translate into a configuration file with the exception of
all the variables created in the begining, of which the most important are
the ones pointing to the certificate and key.
sslway has -cert option, pointing to the absolute path of the certfile, but
further in the code (sslway.c) you point the key variable to the same place
where the cert variable is.
Perhaps I didn't give it enough thought, but I'm also struggling to
understand the POP access problem, and perhaps you can give me a hint as how