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I am using squid on fc3. My internal network clients want to use gmail pop account on there mail clients. After setting the gmail account as it is on www.gmail.com ...
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    Gmail POP account through proxy


    I am using squid on fc3.
    My internal network clients want to use gmail pop account on there mail clients. After setting the gmail account as it is on www.gmail.com, It is not working. I thing my proxy not allowed those connection through.

    What I have to do for that? should I add some firewall rules.

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    Port 23 I believe is POP3, correct me if I am wrong?
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    Tnx for reply, But I am asking about port redirection on proxy for that type of POP enabled email accounts, i.e. the POP mail server is not under mydomain (like gmail).

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