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CProxy Server Technical Information

CMail Server is a POP3 and SMTP Email server for Windows 95/98 and Windows NT and 2000.


Minimum Server Specification

IBM PC Pentium P75 or 100% Compatible
16 MB RAM, 20 MB Free Disk Space
Windows 95, 98, SE, ME, XP, 2000 or NT 4 Service Pack 6
Network Configured with TCP/IP
An Internet Connection

Protocols and Platform Compatibility
Support protocols include: HTTP (The World Wide Web), NNTP (Newsgroups), Telnet, POP3 (incoming email), SMTP (Outgoing email), SOCKS5, FTP and a number of other protocols. Client connections can be made from Acorn computers, Apple Macintoshes or Windows PCs.
Content and Site Filtering
Content filtering allows system level control over access to web pages featuring undesirable content. Instead of receiving the requested page, the user receives a restricted URL page informing them that the requested page could not be retrieved. Initially, CProxy scans a page for restricted words. If any are found, the Administrator can force a number of actions including censoring the word with *** signs, denying the page completely, recording an entry in the restricted words violation log or locking the user's CProxy account.
HTTP Caching
CProxy Server intelligently caches accessed web pages so that future requests for the same page can be served directly from the server rather than waiting for online retrieval. The cache is automatically cleared and updated as required without the need for Administrator intervention.
Windows RAS Integration
CProxy integrates seamlessly with the Windows RAS (Remote Access Service) subsystem allowing an existing dial-up connection to be imported and used by the application. Connections via LAN, Router or Computalynx SCM are also supported.
ISP Independence
CProxy allows the use of private IP addresses on a LAN. Workstation IP addresses can be assigned in-house without the restrictions an ISP might impose. Security is also improved as only the CProxy Server is connected to the Internet.
User Logins
Activating CProxy's user login settings provides more accurate auditing and accounting of Internet access. Protocols used, websites accessed and time online can be tracked to an individual username. Under Windows NT, CProxy uses the NT Users Database for its user information. (Under Windows 95/98, usernames and passwords must be created by the Administrator).
Individual Profiles
All users in CProxy have their own profile which can be modified individually or grouped together so that changes to the group profile apply to all users within the group. The administrator is therefore able to completely control Internet activity on a user by user basis. Control features include:
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