[squid-users] Attached file on OWA with Squid

Sebastien.Boulianne at cpu.ca Sebastien.Boulianne at cpu.ca
Tue Apr 19 13:04:55 UTC 2016

Hi Amos, Eliezer and all ;),
As I wrote, if I connect to our VPN then I try to attach a file with the OWA, it works.
If I forward all owa requests directly to the mail server, I can attach a file without any issues.

I isolated the issue and we can see the problem happens when owa requests pass thru the Squid.

Is it a server issue or a Squid issue ?
Im running MS Exchange 2007 SP3 x64.

Im using the very latest version of Squid.

I will try to change the 302 status to 308.

Thanks you very much for ur help guys.

-----Message d'origine-----
De : squid-users [mailto:squid-users-bounces at lists.squid-cache.org] De la part de Amos Jeffries
Envoyé : 9 avril 2016 00:16
À : squid-users at lists.squid-cache.org
Objet : Re: [squid-users] Attached file on OWA with Squid

On 7/04/2016 5:24 a.m., Sebastien.Boulianne wrote:
> I configured my OWA to pass thru the Squid.
> Auth work perfectly.
> Browsing is working perfectly.
> All is working perfectly except when I try to attach files or documents to an email.
> [cid:image002.png at 01D19007.A7E26D20]
> And It stops here. Nothing else happens.
> I did some tests and I noticed that happens when I am connecting from external to OWA.
> If I connect to the VPN then I try to send an attached file with the OWA, it works.

If you mean that you are using Squid through the VPN, then that probably means its not a Squid problem.

> Here is my config for my OWA.
> ### OWA
> cache_peer owa.domain.qc.ca parent 443 0 no-query originserver 
> login=PASS ssl sslcert=/etc/pki/tls/certs/domain.qc.ca.cert.pem 
> sslkey=/etc/pki/tls/private/domain.qc.ca.key.pem 
> dhparams=/etc/pki/tls/private/dhparams.pem 
> name=owa acl owahttps url_regex ^https://owa\.domain\.qc\.ca 
> cache_peer_access owa allow owahttps http_access allow www443 owahttps 
> acl owahttp url_regex ^http://owa\.domain\.qc\.ca http_access deny 
> owahttp deny_info 302:https://%H%R owahttp

You probably need to use 308 status here. 302 tells the client to try again using the *GET* method. Sending of things is not a GET action.

> Thanks you very much for your advice.

What version of Squid (squid -v) ?


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