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    Proxy.Pac Config File Problems

    Hi,

    I am having problems with our proxy.pac config file. Worked fine until now. Our webmail needs to bypass the proxy server.

    the URL for our webmail is: link

    When i go to that URL i get the page cannot be displayed (when using the pac file). But if i go to link i get a page displayed by the webserver. So by missing OWA off the end it made it an execption, with OWA its not making it an execption.

    If i manually in IE specify a proxy and made link an execption it works fine.

    So something must be wrong with the proxy file. Can anyone see if there is anything up?

    Thanks
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    I didn't think you could use asterisk before the URL. maybe wrong
    mine tend to be https or http then /*

    try:
    if (shExpMatch(url, "https://xxx.xxx.org.uk/*")) { return "DIRECT"; }
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    Thanks that sorted it, its been working fine for god knows how long and this morning it broke!

    Thanks

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    Hi,

    using the same file i am getting the following error when using Citrix

    "Citrix SSL server you have selected is not accepting connections"

    This only happens when using the .pac file

    Any thoughts please?

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