It looks like my attempt to send this bounced. Which is fine, since I've now
got a slightly different question.

I'm working on a "network" for my site and others related to it. We want to
keep track of which sites are the most popular by having everyone place on
their site something to the effect of <img

I want to then have image.php make note of which site requested it and add
to their tally in the database. Then feed them the image requested. But my
concern is if that image is on my server I'll be getting a lot more
bandwidth. So I'm wondering if its possible to then have image.php tell the
requesting server to grab their own copy of the image and load it up? I have
a feeling php will grab the image from the other site's server, download it
to my server and then upload it back to them. Even worse :)


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