That would work.
For the record, I know several network admin types that specifically block
the mail2web, hotmail, yahoo, and other web based email sites.
The idea being that those sites host personal mail and that they take away
from productivity at the office. I must say that even though I believe that
everyone should have access to everything, those folks doing the blocking
have a valid point.
Enough of the off topic stuff, back the MGB in the way too cold garage. :)
----- Original Message -----
From: "David Breneman" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Sent: Tuesday, December 10, 2002 12:48 PM
Subject: Re: computer problem-NO LBC content
> Harold Pulcher SEZ -
> > I can pretty much garantee you that unless these guys are idiots, then
> > there is already a proxy server in place and that is denying access.
> But his thesis was that a specific site was being blocked from
> his network. My suggestion was to establish the socks5 server on
> *another* non-blocked network, and go through it to get to the
> blocked one.
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