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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
  07/10-07:29 . 3011  "Maxwell Nairn Andrews" <> [51]
___ I suppose my question should have been: How often does DELEGATE poll for new POP email messages when DELEGATE if configured as a HTTP to POP gateway. Also, can the frequency of these POP polls be ch
  07/10-08:11 . 3012 (Yutaka Sato) [30]
___ DeleGate does not initiate polling to any server. It gateways a request from a (HTTP) client to a (POP) server, when a client send a request to DeleGate. Thus the only way to poll a new email messag
Authenticating IMAP access
  07/10-09:13 . 3013 (Yutaka Sato) [17]
___ Does not the IMAP server have a auth mechanism ? Cheers, Yutaka D G Yutaka Sato <> ( - ) National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technolo
news proxy expire - how ?
  07/10-18:05 . 3014  "damir" <> [13]
___ This mean that delegate for now is not capable to delete old files? Anyway , i found utilities for windows DelOld which do this job fine ... only I must repeat this every 30 days manualy , but is mu
  07/10-18:57 . 3015  "damir" <> [72]
___ 30days", more". Well I really wont only that not come into situation that my disc is full and that delegate stop to work. I need some kind of "automation" in delete cashe files , so I think that the
  07/10-19:24 . 3016 (Yutaka Sato) [33]
___ No, it must be "-expire 0", not "-expire expire 0". The 0 for "-atime +0" is just for ignoring -atime judgment because "-atime +0" is true always. You can do it from CRON without "-atime" and more s
  07/10-20:14 . 3017  "damir" <> [24]
___ +3 -sum"<BR> Sorry it is my mistake ... did you try to use news server : with delegate ?
Authenticating IMAP access
  07/11-03:33 . 3018  Peter Kaldis <> [25]
___ Hi Yutaka, thanks for the response. You are right, the IMAP server can authenticate, however I'm trying to restrict the service at the proxy level, so that not everyone who can access it internally
  07/11-04:37 . 3019 (Yutaka Sato) [89]
___ Hi, Oh, I see. I think you can do it with MOUNT, but it is straightforward to do it with AUTHORIZER in the case. So I made a patch for imap.c to refer AUTHORIZER in IMAP LOGIN. With this patch and w
  07/11-05:58 . 3020  Peter Kaldis <> [93]
___ Thanks! I'll give it a try.
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