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How can I use Gnus to access Gmail IMAP through http(s) firefwall?

My company's firewall only allow http and https connections. To access internet, I have to specify the proxy before connecting the internet: export http_proxy=http://my-company.com export ...
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Can we pick our emacs proxy settings from the Broader settings set by our desktop environment?

In linux, the desktop environment stores the proxy settings. These proxy settings are then picked up by applications running for that instance of the desktop environment for a particular user. Your ...
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MELPA no longer works: error in process sentinel: End of file during parsing

MELPA no longer updates after no changes of mine. With a minimal .emacs of (require 'package) (add-to-list 'package-archives '("melpa" . "https://melpa.org/packages/") t) (add-to-list 'package-...
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Configure package manager to use an NTLM Proxy

I've seen a few examples of how to setup Emacs to use Basic Auth proxies - is there a way to configure it to use an NTLM proxy?
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Emacs and CNTLM

I'm trying to configure Emacs to use CNTLM to work with my company's authenticating proxy. I've followed the steps to configure CNTLM, and I've got the following in my init.el file: (setq url-proxy-...
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Using TRAMP through CyberArk Privileged Session Manager

Normally it is very easy to convert ssh and scp commands into tramp format for access via dired. For example The command line ssh username@hostname will become /ssh:username@hostname: in ...
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Tramp connection through proxy

Our servers are behind a proxy that requires two factor authenticatio. I managed to get through the authentication process yet was wondering, is there a way of authenticating only once and not for ...
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Emacs behind firewall cannot download packages from Melpa

I am using emacs behind a firewall in Windows. I configured the access to proxy and I worked with no problems for a week. But now I can't upgrade emacs packages using Melpa, because the proxy refuses ...
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marmalade refused my handshake

I am behind a web proxy trying to connect to marmalade. Strangely, elpa works just fine, but marmalade fails. This is the traceback: Debugger entered--Lisp error: (error "Error during download ...
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Emacs failing to access HTTPS URL behind a proxy

I hoped that this problem's solution would solve it for me, but it didn't. I've got my proxy set up as follows (slightly redacted): (setq url-proxy-services '(("no_proxy" . "^\\(...
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Debugging ELPA and Emacs connection issues behind a corporate proxy

I'm having trouble getting to ELPA behind our corporate proxy. I see proxy traffic attempting to CONNECT to the ELPA domain which then fails. How can I turn on debugging to see the exact URL that ...
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mu4e sending email fails when using proxy?

I'm using PrivateInternetAccess for my proxy and when I enable it, sending email via mu4e times out (although retrieving emails works fine). With the proxy disabled, sending works fine. Here's a ...
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Melpa upgrade ignores url-proxy-service

I use Emacs in a corporate environment behind a proxy. I have customized url-proxy-services: '(url-proxy-services (quote (("http" . "proxy:3128") ("https" . &...
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Cannot access ELPA from Emacs behind a corporate proxy (Mac)

I'm having trouble accessing ELPA on my Mac from behind a corporate proxy. Emacs 27.1. I have http_proxy and https_proxy configured appropriately (I've also tried setting url-proxy-services). From ...
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How to debug emacs connection problems

I have a problem with emacs downloading packages and would appreciate some pointers on how this could be tracked/solved. disclaimers first: I'm a complete noob at emacs, so if something looks/sounds ...