Editing Cookies

Ray gunblad3 at gmail.com
Thu Mar 25 17:51:01 MSK 2010

One way would be to configure your Domino server to have its FQDN as the
public dns hostname, with the internal DNS resolver hardcoded to return the
internal IP for that public dns hostname.


On Thu, Mar 25, 2010 at 7:30 PM, Toni Mueller <support-nginx at oeko.net>wrote:

> Hi,
> I'm running against a wall with this problem:
> I want to have nginx reverse-proxying to a Domino server to access web
> mail. The Domino server sets a cookie like this:
> Set-Cookie:
> domain=.company.local; path=/
> It is easy to see that all browsers outside of the network where this
> name can be resolved, will not accept the cookie, and thus be unable to
> log in. I currently have no idea about how to do this.
> What I would like to see is something like
> rewrite_header headername value flags
> (ie, a "natural" extension of the "rewrite" statement). The rewriting
> should preferably work in both directions, so one could rewrite request
> headers which are going to some backend, as well as response headers.
> Any ideas, please?
> Kind regards,
> --Toni++
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