I have successfully setup a reverse proxy ( with Apache on SUSE Linux ) that works pretty fine for DWA.
I've tried to use the same reverse proxy with Lotus Notes Traveler.
I can connect to /traveler/index.html and download and install the client
I can configure the client
the client is registered with the server
but when it comes to synchronize the client the connection on port 8642 fails.
Has anyone already successfully configured a reverse proxy for use with Lotus Notes Traveler?
It would be great if I could take a look into the configuration.
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Updated on 2009-06-02T05:11:40Z at 2009-06-02T05:11:40Z by Ulrich_Krause
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Cannot get it to work2009-06-02T05:11:40ZThis is the accepted answer. This is the accepted answer.I've tried Apache, Squid and Pound. All with the same result. I can establish a connection to my mailfile but are not able to automatically sync.
Anyone an idea ??