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From "Incs, Harry" <Harry.I...@trw.com>
Subject RE: proxypass question
Date Mon, 03 Jun 2002 19:55:17 GMT
try removing the last backslash in the ProxyPass url. Also you misspelled ProxyPassReverse
directive.

eg:

	ProxyPass /webmail http://email.internal.com:180
	ProxyPassReverse /webmail http://email.internal.com:180


Also see if port 180 is open on you proxy.

-Harry




-----Original Message-----
From: Jon Fraley [mailto:jfraley@glenraven.com]
Sent: Monday, June 03, 2002 12:46 PM
To: users@httpd.apache.org
Subject: proxypass question


I am trying to setup a dmz webserver to access my mail server behind the
fire.  I have this in my http.conf file:

<VirtualHost dmz.server.com>
 	ServerName email.internal.com
	ProxyRequests on
	ProxyPass /webmail/ http://email.internal.com:180/
	ProxyPassReverxe /webmail/ http://email.internal.com:180/
	ProxyVia on
</VirtualHost>

when I enter http://dmz.server.com/webmail/  I get my login screen.  I enter
my id and password and click continue, the browser gives me url not found.
This url is in the browser:
http://dmz.server.com/en/mail.html?sid=sfdefrafefwe&lang=en&cert=false I can
edit the url in the browser to add webmail as in:
http://dmz.server.com/webmail/en/mail.html?sid=sfdefrafefwe&lang=en&cert=fal
se and the browser will then display my email folders.

Am I missing something here?  How can I get the correct url to be returned
with webmail in it?

Jon Fraley
Unix Systems Administrator
Glen Raven, Inc
(336) 586-1148


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