This is what they mean:



'proxy|P' (force proxy)
This flag forces the substitution part to be internally forced as a proxy
    request and immediately (i.e., rewriting rule processing stops here) put
    through the proxy module. You have to make
    sure that the substitution string is a valid URI (e.g.,  typically
    with http://hostname) which can be handled by the
    Apache proxy module. If not you get an error from the proxy module. Use
    this flag to achieve a more powerful implementation of the ProxyPass
directive, to map some
    remote stuff into the namespace of the local server.

Notice: To use this functionality make sure you have the proxy module
    compiled into your Apache server program.  If you don't know please
    whether mod_proxy.c is part of the ``httpd -l''
    output. If yes, this functionality is available to mod_rewrite. If not,
    then you first have to rebuild the ``httpd'' program with
    mod_proxy enabled.


'type|T=MIME-type' (force MIME type)
Force the MIME-type of the target file to be MIME-type. For
    instance, this can be used to simulate the mod_alias directive
ScriptAlias which internally forces all files inside
    the mapped directory to have a MIME type of


" Tais M. Hansen" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> AFAIR it's [P]ermanent and [T]emporary... But I could be wrong!!
> -tais

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