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Re: Doubt about Mime-Type in HTTP

From: Greg Thomas <Greg_at_TheThomasHome.co.uk>
Date: 2004-02-21 16:26:35 CET

On Fri, 20 Feb 2004 11:59:43 -0300, "Federico Edelman"
<fedelman@claxson.com> wrote:

> The users run Internet Explorer. I can't change that.

May be not. But if it is the problem (and I'm not saying it is; use
something like

lynx -source -head <URL>

to confirm the MIME type being sent), then adding an HTTP header
something like

Content-Disposition: file; filename=foo.txt

may (note: may!) be enough to trigger IE in to realising it really is
a text file.


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