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[REBOL] Does REBOL only use proxying for HTTP and FTP.. or also for POP3

From: princepawn::lycos::com at: 25-Aug-2000 9:13

If my pop3 client I want to use to send mail is outside of our firewall on the internet, then I must access its POP3 port via our proxy. I am able to use our CERN(generic) proxy just fine to make HTTP connections, but was wondering if REBOL was not doing so for POP3 I am using <a href=>The settings posted at Netzero</a> and used the following REBOL set-net command:
> set-net [[princepawn--netzero--net] esnproxy 80 generic] >> read
connecting to: == {<HTML> <!-- This document was created with HTMLed32 --> <!-- Author: Michael L. Capalbo --> <!-- Date: ...
>> read
connecting to: connecting to: == {<HTML> <HEAD> ^-<TITLE>RIT, Rochester Institute of Technology</TITLE> <META name="keywords" content="rochester,RIT,university,c...
>> send [princepawn--yahoo--com] "hi there"
connecting to: ** User Error: Server error: tcp HTTP/1.0 408 Request Time-out. ** Where: smtp-port: open [scheme: 'smtp] if email?
>> >> set-net [[princepawn--netzero--net] esnproxy 80 generic] >> send [princepawn--yahoo--com] "hi there"
connecting to: ** Access Error: Network timeout. ** Where: smtp-port: open [scheme: 'smtp] if email? -- On Sat, 26 Aug 2000 0:23:54 bhandley wrote: