|May 20, 2002, 10:05 AM||#1|
OmniWeb and Proxie Server Settings
I am trying out the latest version of OmniWeb and like it very much. However, here at my office I can not access secure sites because we are behind a proxie server. We use the same port (80) for both HTTP and HTTPS protocals. How do I setup Omniweb for this? In IE 5.1 for OS X, this was handled with a simple check-box. I can access normal sites just fine, but not sites like Apple's Discussions or Webmail. And why doesn't OmniWeb not follow or use the settings that I made in Network Preferences under Proxies like IE does?
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