Not sure I know what "sniff the network" implies, but the ACCEPT_ENCODING
column in that table (deflate, but not gzip, for IE 6.0) is the
HTTP_ACCEPT_ENCODING environment variable.

If that's not what you're asking I'll try to find it if you can describe
how to look.

At 12:49 PM 2/28/05 -0500, you wrote:
>On 2005.02.28, Eric Lee <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
>> OK, that may explain IE 5.5, which is admittedly kind of an antique.
>> What about IE 6.0 - not broken but is it in fact incapable of handling
>> compressed input?
>> >From my post:
>> >Browser  ACCEPT_ENCODING  off/Disp:len  on/Disp:len
>> >IE 5.5  gzip, deflate   yes:247   no:210
>> >IE 6.0  deflate   yes:247   yes:247
>Can you sniff the network and see if IE 6.0 is sending the
>"Accept-Encoding:" header as part of its HTTP request?


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