Sorry for my previous post in the personal mailbox: I won't cut the
previous messages in order to let anyone read my question.
The problem that we're having is that even if we set the option:
when the client tries to connect passing just the username, the daemon
refuses the connection (in the debug log there's written that it's
expecting a login in the format "username@host").
Yutaka Sato wrote:
> In message <3B14F817.BA59D6CB@tin.it> on 05/30/01(22:39:35)
> you Attilio Vaccaro <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> | we're trying to use DeleGate to proxy an imap server.
> |What is happening is that we're able to access the server through the
> |proxy starting the daemon like this:
> |delegated -P143 SERVER=imap
> |and passing at the client login the full username@server..,
> |but it's not possible to login only with the username.
> You must specify the target server somewhere anyway, from
> client with user@server or at DeleGate with SERVER=imap://server.
> |Moreover this configuration allows to contact any visible imap server,
> |so the proxy becomes an universal proxy.
> |What we are looking for is a solution that allows to access only one
> |imap server, but the clinet hasn't to have any knowledge of the address
> |(or name) of the real server.
> |We tried with:
> |delegated -P143 SERVER=imap://imap.server.address , but things don't
> |work as expected.
> I think this should work and I don't understand why not.
> |For sure we've done some mistakes: can you please give us some hints?