Still 1.4 doesn't work with SSL behind a proxy
alangh at adium.im
Fri Jun 19 01:59:00 UTC 2009
As mentioned before, this mailing list is not for bug reporting or
user support (which is what you are looking for).
That being said, I will indulge you one last time with some user
I am able to connect to Yahoo from several environments just fine with
the latest build (from hg trunk). As a result, I strongly believe it
is something unique to your environment/machine.
Unfortunately, some types of proxy server/firewall combinations make
it extremely difficult for applications to reach the outside world.
The fact that pidgin users also experienced this difficulty shows that
the underlying libpurple implementation (used by both clients) does
not understand your particular firewall/proxy combination.
How To Report Bugs
My recommendation, if you haven't already, is that you file a Ticket
on our bug tracking website:
In order for anyone to be able to track down the issue here, it would
be necessary to understand your network configuration. This would
- Whether your network configuration requires a proxy for SSL
connections on port 443.
- Whether you have set up the system Proxy settings in the Network
panel of System Preferences.
- If Safari is able to connect to https websites using your current
- If possible, it would be great to know the brand of proxy/firewall/
router in use in your environments where connections do not work.
Adium Development Team
alangh at adium.im
On Jun 18, 2009, at 6:26 PM, Robert Nicholson wrote:
> I just came home today and saw that my existing 1.4 build couldn't
> connect to yahoo even when there was no proxy set and then I just
> build a new version off the head and that appears to be able to
> connect to yahoo. I'm just wondering if the difference would account
> for perhaps this 1.4 build working with yahoo even when using the
> proxy. Also at work today folks who were using Pidgn had problems
> connecting to yahoo today.
> On Jun 12, 2009, at 2:06 PM, Peter Hosey wrote:
>> On 2009-06-12, at 07:29, Christopher Forsythe wrote:
>>> This mailing list isn't for this type of subject unless you are
>>> planning to take action about it, last I checked.
>> Or discuss the action. For example: “I think the problem is in
>> frobnitzer.c, lines 114 through 125. If we change foo = NULL to foo
>> = bar, that seems to fix the problem, but I worry about side-
>> effects on the rest of the system. Am I missing any?”
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