This is a discussion on Re: [squid-users] Hotmail and other Ports - squid ; Ok, just an update, I've found out that the PC's on the network can access hotmail. What is the difference between the setup of windows and mac? When I try to login on mac it doesn't even log the request. ...
Ok, just an update, I've found out that the PC's on the network can access hotmail. What is the difference between the setup of windows and mac? When I try to login on mac it doesn't even log the request. When I was using apache as the server, it worked fine, but now that squid is here, it says can not connect to server, or something like that. I need help. Thanks.
----- Original Message -----
From: Henrik Nordstrom
Date: Mon, 2 Feb 2004 12:10:38 +0100 (CET)
To: Simon Walters
Subject: Re: [squid-users] Hotmail and other Ports
> On Mon, 2 Feb 2004, Henrik Nordstrom wrote:
> > On Mon, 2 Feb 2004, Simon Walters wrote:
> > > So, there is no way of going on sites like hotmail, and things like
> > > that? What's the CONNECT method? Isn't there any way I can specify which
> > > ports the network can access?
> > For proxying of non-HTTP protocols such as IMAP/POP/SMTP/IRC/whatever you
> > need a SOCKS proxy in addition to Squid.
> Reading your question again. For webmail services using your browser (or
> outlook client configured for webmail) HTTP is used, not
> If you have problems accessing such services then make sure your browser
> and/or email client is configured to use the proxy.
> If there is still problems, please tell us a little more about your setup
> and what errors you receive. Also check your cache.log for any strange
> messages. Note: If you are inside a firewall requiring the use of a parent
> proxy then see the Squid FAQ for proper Squid configuraion.
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