If the user needs to connect to a remote server through
a proxy, this property should be set to a value other than
ProxyNone. Depending on the type of
remote proxy, the user should specify the correct protocol
with this property.
The most common proxy type is ProxyWEBStandard. Socks
4/4a and Socks 5 are general
proxy protocols, universal to any type of protocol.
Relay is not a real proxy, but just
a 'pipe' or 'redirector' that listens on a
predefined port, and when a client connects to it, opens a
predefined destination hostname and redirects all traffic
between the client and the remote server. Relay proxy is
very useful when testing other protocols.
ProxyWindows type is included in
version 1.3.8. It uses same values as specified in Internet
Explorer, under Tools->Internet Options->Connections->LAN Settings.
wodHttpDLX will use anything specified for "HTTP" or "Secure" proxy
addresses, or for "Socks" if these two aren't specified.
If your proxy server needs you to authenticate, you
should setup ProxyLogin
properties, as well as to choose authentication mode with