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[REBOL] Re: Who read this mailing list?

From: ale870:gma:il at: 24-Nov-2007 16:15

Thank you Anton, but the company where I work makes a monitoring of the connections. If they "see" that I use https tunnelling over a specific server, they could decide to close it. Tunnelling is a technique that some people use to bypass the proxies. Just a question: do you know why Altme does not use port 80 (standard http)? Note: I wll get more info about shareware application ;-) Thank you! On Nov 24, 2007 3:24 AM, Anton Rolls <anton-wilddsl.net.au> wrote:
> Hi Alessandro, > > Maybe this will help you to use AltME. > > I paraphrase Steeve from 18-Oct-2007 in AltME Rebol3 world: > "To use Altme behind a proxy (which uses user/pass authentication) is > use 2 linked apps: "Proxifier" [Windows shareware] to force Altme to use > a proxy and "HTTP Tunnel" to bypass the local restrictions of the > company's proxy." > > Regards, > > Anton. > > Alessandro Manotti wrote: > > ML or not ML.... > > > > I'm obliged to use ML since I have not an account in AltMe, and AleMe > does > > not work well behid firewall and proxies. Even because I work in a > company > > for all the day and I cannot use AltMe (only port 80 (http) is open, and > > AleMe does NOT use such port). > > So, ML is my only feasible solution. Maybe, someone could create a > simple > > Altme like system that works in standard http protocol.... > -- > To unsubscribe from the list, just send an email to > lists at rebol.com with unsubscribe as the subject. >
-- //Alessandro http://sguish.wordpress.com http://laccio.wordpress.com