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Is there a transparent proxy daemon? In which i don't have to input proxy hostname and port in the webrowser. I am using Wingate before in Windows and it does everything for me. However, i tried squid but you have to configure the browser for it to connect. The problem is, I want my mails to work also but the squid is not allowing pop and smtp connection. Please help me.
Distribution: Windows XP, yup :D Will be back onto Ubuntu probably someday
HTTP, POP and SMTP are on different port numbers. HTTP is port 80, so the proxy is working for HTTP. You need to add more lines for the POP and SMTP ports (POP3-110, SMTP-25). For a list of port numbers see the /etc/services file.