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I've recently come to a new University and discovered upon arriving that there is a proxy. I have been able to configure my Firefox and Skype to work on the proxy but my Safari, Itunes store, and Ichat still do not work. I have tried using authoxy and it has not helped.
I am confused, how can skype work if itunes store does not? Any help would be greatly appreciated.
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