RE: [squid-users] Activating WebDAV support in Squid 2.4.STABLE1

From: quintin giesbrecht <>
Date: Wed, 27 Feb 2002 09:25:33 -0600

OK, assuming that I'm using Basic Auth, rather than CHAP, are there any
configuration settings that I need to tell squid about for it to work
with WebDAV? I am having the same problem hitting an exchange web
access through a squid box.

Any info on this is appreciated.


-----Original Message-----
From: C. Jon Larsen []
Sent: February 26, 2002 12:44 PM
To: Alexander Troppmann
Subject: Re: [squid-users] Activating WebDAV support in Squid

Make sure that the Exchange server is using Basic Authentication rather
than MS Chap (NT Lan Manager auth over HTTP) or you will never get it to

work. NT Lan Manager auth over HTTP cannot be proxied by squid as its

On Tue, 26 Feb 2002, Alexander Troppmann wrote:

> Hello,
> we're doing an evaluation of MS Exchange 2000 (which must feel very
> between all the Linux boxes on our Intranet ;-) and - off course -
there are
> many troubles :-)
> For now we discovered the cause of a strange problem using the web
> interface of Exchange (e.g. the content of email folders didn't appear
> the browser window) - it seems that a Squid proxy server, running
> transparently on port 80 of an internal Linux firewall, has been the
> of the Exchange troubles.
> I don't know how good the WebDAV support in Squid works but I suppose
> MS is breaking RFC standards like times before... I also found
> about this WebDAV troubles on the Squid Mailinglist but no postings
> are up to date or which would help to answer my questions about the
> WebDAV configuration of squid.
> So, how is the current status in Squid 2.4.1 - would it work with MS
> Exchange 2000?
> Maybe you can post an URL or some more information about the solution
> this as I think, somebody already solved it :-) (I hope so...)
> thnx & best regards
> Alexander Troppmann

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