This is a discussion on Re: eudora and "password" - SpamAssassin ; ok. thanks for all. I felet it was worth a shot, even knowing that most would not be using a windows proxy. if anything occurs to you...or, certainly, anyone else indulging this thread...I would appreciate any comments. thanks. Matt Kettler-3 ...
ok. thanks for all.
I felet it was worth a shot, even knowing that most would not be using a
if anything occurs to you...or, certainly, anyone else indulging this
thread...I would appreciate any comments.
Matt Kettler-3 wrote:
> dooley2 wrote:
>> it is a spam assassin proxy 126.96.36.199., for windows.
>> respectfully, why would I post the question here unless it had something
>> do with spam assassin?
> Well, true.. however, from your post it wasn't possible to determine
> much about your setup. It also wasn't even clear you were using SA at
> all, but I assumed you were.
> (Note: most folks here, unless you specify otherwise, are going to
> assume you're using SpamAssassin on a unix-like platform with a MTA or
> MDA layer integration, because that's what's common. It was clear from
> your post that's not what you're doing, but it also wasn't possible to
> tell what you are using.)
> Regardless, without knowing what proxy I don't think anyone could be of
> much help. After all, you problem isn't with the SA code, it's with the
> proxy code. That's very specific to what proxy you're using.
> All I could tell you would be a broad generic statement like "the pop3
> password should work, dono why it doesn't". That's not very informative.
> That said, based on the version number you posted, I *think* you're
> using SAwin32, which is one of the many proxies mentioned above.
> Since this is really a feature of the proxy part of the code, not the SA
> part of the code, you might try their forums:
> Someone here might be able to help, but there are not many folks on this
> list using proxies.
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