> appropriate page.  What is even more mysterious is that it is the IE 404
> error page, not the server wide page nor the default 404 error page for
> the site.

That's crappy IE style which displays its own 404 error page with
its default configuration. Go to the IE preferences, there's a
section where you can change the behaviour of IE so that it
displays the 404 page which the server sends.

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