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RE: mail client that works through proxy


-might be all wrong, let me know-

Since you mention AnalogX you "MUST" be using a windows machine as a proxy.
Tss Tss. I think that if you want to keep using this proxy you should
download the Analogx portmapper also to redirect these ports to your proxy

To be honest, don't use those analogX utilities if you're onton something
more demanding, they're handy for office use now and then but won't get you
very far. Go for some old machine with some ram and some disc and configure
that as a proxy/firewall. Will do just fine and get you much better results.
The newest kernel brings a 'real' firewall with it and i guess there are
plenty of proxy products out there for linux.



-----Original Message-----
From: Alson van der Meulen [mailto:alson@linuxfreak.nl]
Sent: maandag 2 april 2001 17:00
To: Debian User List
Subject: Re: mail client that works through proxy

On Fri, Mar 30, 2001 at 06:29:59PM -0800, idalton@ferret.phonewave.net
> On Fri, Mar 30, 2001 at 04:29:39PM -0800, Matheson Cameron wrote:
> > Wow,
> > 
> > sorry everyone.  It appears my proxy server just sucks
> > (Analog X).  Mail doesn't work through any of the
> > computers, even the Windoze ones (I set them all up as
> > the Analog instructions told me to).  Anyone want to
> > suggest a better proxy server?
> So what kind of proxy protocol does pop3 or imap use? I checked
> fetchmail(1) and there isn't any mention of the word 'proxy' therein.
SOCKS proxy....
> Name:           Alson van der Meulen      <
> Personal:       alson@linuxfreak.nl       <
> School:       alson@gymnasiumleiden.nl    <
Where's the GUI on this thing?

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