[squid-users] mail upload problem
itpc.vivek at gmail.com
Fri Dec 4 06:59:47 UTC 2015
Thanks a lot for you responses.
I will update after doing more analysis.
*@Amos Jeffries :*
Q . How does the IP correlate to the tv_ip, sysadmin_ip,
workstation_ip ACLs above?
A. these are separate text files in the same directory, containing ip lists.
Q. Any difference with how those machines are configured to use the proxy
A. all the machines are in the same domain and network.
Q. what version of squid-3.5.x is being used
A. Squid 126.96.36.199 on Redhat Linux , packaged rpm is used.
Q. His squid.conf does not contain anything that obviously restricts
that.So I am suspecting the problems some old-ish browsers and OS have with
POST messages and Expect headers
A. On the same machine if i change it to use another windows proxy server,
it works fine.
*@ Eliezer Croitoru*
Q. slow uploads but in 3.5.X which I am almost sure was not fixed yet
A. while on other machines it is working fine.
Q. I suggest the problem just required to allow POST method from LAN and/or
to mail servers. Often this can help
A. Do i explicitly need to do so, if yes please tell me how.
*Thanks and RegardsVivek Kumar Singh*
On Thu, Dec 3, 2015 at 10:01 PM, Eliezer Croitoru <eliezer at ngtech.co.il>
> Or it could be the slow uploads but in 3.5.X which I am almost sure was
> not fixed yet.
> On 03/12/2015 12:24, Amos Jeffries wrote:
>> His squid.conf does not contain anything that obviously restricts that.
>> So I am suspecting the problems some old-ish browsers and OS have with
>> POST messages and Expect headers.
>> Or that some of the machines have been configured in a way that only
>> partially configures the applictinos on it, leaving some occasionally to
>> not even find the proxy.
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