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[DeleGate-En] Re: Netscape Messenger 6 or Outlook 2000 Problem
15 May 2001 17:37:59 GMT (Yutaka Sato)

On 05/15/01(18:15) you "Jonathan Jodry" <> wrote
in <_A1150@delegate-en.ML_>
 |Hello, thanks for your answer. As you have noticed, I don't know a lot on
 |connections through a proxy... However, I will try to precise my problems,
 |and indicate the solutions that are working for other proxy...

Thank you.  I think your problems can be solved by using the
'%' character to separate a user name and a host name, like

 |- For Outlook 2000: usually, the program need to be configured the following
 |Incoming mail server : PROXY_SERVER
 |Outgoing mail server : PROXY_SERVER
 |Password : same password
 |This configuration is working with other proxy, but is working only
 |partially with Delegate: it is possible to send emails, but not to receive
 |One of the possible solution would be to change the POP-O.TXT file. Is this
 |file, there is a line:
 |which is also one of the mail server used. Is it possible to have a second
 |SERVER=pop:// ??? Will the program accept 2 lines like this
 |in the same file?
 |- WS_FTP, a common program for FTP transfer file, can connect to the
 |Delegate proxy. At this stage, he send the command user USERNAME@SERVER, and
 |receive the error 530: Proxy failed to connect with 'SERVER'. This is
 |however working with another proxy (OK, on a different PC, but I do not see
 |any real difference...)
 |- Microsoft Front Page can not connect thru the Delegate proxy. This program
 |need to deal with NTLM authentication. Can Delegate manage those, and if
 |not, is it possible to disable this option from the proxy?

I don't know about NTLM but could find something which seems relevant
using search engines:

  @ @ Yutaka Sato <>
 ( - ) National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST)
_<   >_ 1-1-4 Umezono, Tsukuba, Ibaraki, 305-8568 Japan

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