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FTP Proxy TLS/AUTH problem
  07/05-22:17 . 3360 (Yutaka Sato) [40]
___ Your option, STLS=fcl requires all of its clients to be TLS enabled explicitly (by the negotiation with AUTH TLS command) or implicitly. To make TLS optional and accept both TLS and non-TLS clients,
Working with CFI
  07/05-23:29 . 3361  "Xavier Cheney" <> [19]
___ Hi Yutaka, 1/ I had CACHE=do and EXPIRE=1s, and it works ! I'll try your code modification later ... Thanx ! 2/ For Windows XP Pro errors, I'll try to "catch" them and send you the logs to understan
  07/06-00:18 . 3362 (Yutaka Sato) [28]
___ Hi, I uploaded 9.2.3-pre9 including these fixes. Do you see those information even when you run DeleGate in background? When DeleGate runs in foreground (with -f or -v option for debugging), it dire
LOGDIR/0 problem (Re: Working with CFI)
  07/06-08:07 . 3363 (Yutaka Sato) [26]
___ It has been a known bug since the origin of the DeleGate's porting onto Windows. On Windows, if a program is invoked as a service, no arguments and environment variables including DGROOT and -Pxxx i
Working with CFI
  07/06-16:11 . 3364  "Xavier Cheney" <> [721]
___ Hi, I found the bug : it was my fault ! There were not enought system rigths for delegates folders, and specialy log folder. Now, with 777 rights it works. I had the windows XP pro bug "send bug" wi
FTP Proxy TLS/AUTH problem
  07/06-16:22 . 3365  Steve Brown <> [18]
___ Yep, that's fixed it. Thanks very much for your help. -S
  07/06-16:30 . 3366 (Yutaka Sato) [29]
___ Hi, It is possible that a TLS capable FTP client issues FEAT command to ask if or not the server supports TLS by "AUTH TLS" negotiation. If DeleGate with STLS=fcl does not announce "AUTH TLS" capabi
Working with CFI
  07/06-16:46 . 3367 (Yutaka Sato) [32]
___ Xavier, I'm confused. The above excerpt message of mine is about error messages onto your console on Linux, but you seem writing about errors on Windows. Is this the reason why your "stdout.log" is
  07/06-17:07 . 3368  "Xavier Cheney" <> [26]
___ Hi Yutaka, I have both (Windows XP Pro & Fedora Core) systems. It was Linux errors. The reason was the non creation of stdout.log. Your right that 777 is too much ... I will refine it later ... Yes.
  07/06-18:01 . 3369 (Yutaka Sato) [73]
___ Hi, I see. I see. This process [3020] forked here must be a DeleGate process as a CFIscript interpreter, but there is nothing recorded about it in the log. And it is recorded here to be exited with
  07/07-01:56 . 3370  "Gabriel Sere" <> [20]
___ Hello, I'm playing with DeleGate trying to redistribute mail received in my smtp hub to different internal servers, like this: mail to: anyuser@domain1 should be sent to anyuser@mailserver1 mail to:
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