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[DeleGate-En] Re: pop3 and pop3s proxy with filtered access
13 Jul 2006 21:55:46 GMT feedback@delegate.org (Yutaka Sato)
The DeleGate Project


Hi,

In message <_A3379@delegate-en.ML_> on 07/11/06(23:23:42)
you Nikolaus Filus <pgmgqbdyi-6rjyzcn5j63r.ml@ml.delegate.org> wrote:
 |In order to circumvent the limitations of a PIX firewall I need to redirect some
 | pop3 connections through delegate. How to configure it as an account-filtered
 |pop3 and pop3s proxy?

What does "account-filtered proxy" do for example?

 |I tried the following with alterations with delegated 9.2.2

Is this configuration working as you expected?

 |delegated STLS=-fcl,-fsv
 |	-P110,995
 |	RELIABLE="192.168.24.*"
 |	PERMIT="*:*:192.168.24.*"
 |	SERVER="pop3s:-:{*:995}
 |	SERVER="pop:-:{*:110}
 |	MOUNT="account1-*%S   ///pop.myserver.de/account1-*"
 |	MOUNT="pattern.*%S    ///pop.myserver.de/pattern.*"
 |	MOUNT="other*%S	      ///pop.otherserver.com/.*"
 |	REMITTABLE="+,ssltunnel"
 |
 |So whenever a connection to the proxy to port 110 is made, the defined accounts
 |are forwarded to the pop servers with plain pop3. When a connection to port 995
 |is made, SSL is used to the server. I don't need any translation plain<->ssl,
 |just simple forwarding of whatever the client talks.

Cheers,
Yutaka
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