> Afaik, the content length header is not necessary, but it will cause
> problems if it's set and it's wrong.

correct, missed Content-Length means the classic download with useless progress 
bar and undefined estimation time, problematic for preloader as well in case of 
images, swf, generic data, etc.

Content_length should be always present and it should be correct, but obviously 
if there are print or echo or other outputs non file related, Content-Length 
can simply mess up the response.
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