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news proxy expire - how ?
  07/07-03:20 . 3000  "damir" <> [26]
___ I was install delegate for nt with folowing options: dg.exe -P119 SERVER=nntp EXPIRE=30d CRON="0 * * * * -expire 30d" MOUNT="= nntp://" CACHE=do DGROOT="D:\" ADMI
mod. against HRS -- 8.11.5-pre1 / 9.0.3-pre28
  07/07-14:47 . 3001 (Yutaka Sato) [36]
___ I modified DeleGate to make it robust against malicious usage of DeleGate as a HTTP-proxy, as noticed in: <URL:> <URL:http://www.watchfire.
DeleGate/8.11.5 (STABLE) -- coped with HRS, fixes for Win32 (freezing, filters and log directory)
  07/08-00:22 . 3002 [52]
___ Dear DeleGate users, I inform you of the new release of DeleGate available as follows: DeleGate/8.11.5 -- coped with HRS, fixes for Win32 (freezing, filters and log directory) This release includes
Can ftp "mirroring" be done with Delegate?
  07/09-03:06 . 3003  "Mike Vidal" <> [126]
___ Is it possible to configure Delegate so that ftping a file it causes the file to be ftped to 1 primary server and 1 or more backup servers? /--- ftp server 1 \--- ftp server 3
  07/09-05:17 . 3004 (Yutaka Sato) [31]
___ The basic configuration to do so will be like this: delegated -P21 SERVER=ftp CACHE=do \ MOUNT="/path1/* ftp://server1/*" \ MOUNT="/path2/* ftp://server2/*" \ MOUNT="/path3/* ftp://server3/*" But no
  07/09-05:24 . 3005  "Mike Vidal" <> [47]
___ DeleGate makes a control connection to the origin server of the data. Is this for authentication purposes only? ---Original Message--- From: Yutaka Sato [] Sent: Friday,
  07/09-18:59 . 3006 (Yutaka Sato) [35]
___ No. It is because caching-proxy-FTP-DeleGate does not support the full-set of commands and status of the FTP protocol, so it forwards unknown or not cared commands to the origin server. For example,
news proxy expire - how ?
  07/10-04:39 . 3007 (Yutaka Sato) [62]
___ The argument "-atime 30d" in the log means "not accessed (just) for 30days", that is, the "last access date" of a file is just 30days old. If this expire is done every day, there should be no file o
Frequency Of POP Requests
  07/10-05:37 . 3008  "Maxwell Nairn Andrews" <> [86]
___ I have a POP server on IP address with a Delegate NT service using this command line: "C:\Program Files\DeleGate\Delegate" <> ADMIN=x@y.. PERMIT="*" SRCIF="
news proxy expire - how ?
  07/10-05:59 . 3009 (Yutaka Sato) [36]
___ Sorry, this was my misunderstanding. Although the arguments of "expire" command of DeleGate follows that of "find" program on Unix, "-atime N" in DeleGate means "-atime +N". So it was not the proble
Frequency Of POP Requests
  07/10-06:41 . 3010 (Yutaka Sato) [33]
___ I don't understand what "request updates" means. The "Expires" shows that DeleGate sends "Expires" header field in the HTTP response message of the page. The Expires header is the advice for the HTT
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