So, the problem is config problem... Maybe you can try to change extension
from .php to .php3 or .php4 etc.
Then please inform us again...
"Mweb" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote in message
> On Tuesday 04 December 2001 12:04, Emek TUZUN wrote:
> > Hello,
> > Unfortunately, your ISP doesn't support PHP. They should install PHP
> > but I think they don't want to install PHP for only your customer's
> > site....
> I have a message in my mailbox from the sysadmin (CC'd to the customer)
> saying that they *DO* support PHP (otherwise I would not have accepted
> I am almost sure that the problem is simply that the guy is very expert
> NT/IIS/ASP/VBScript, and at a basic level on other topics, included this
> So, it must be a config issue, but which one? What should I tell him?
> Unless, of course, there is something really screwed in my code, (but for
> Heaven's sake, I just put a phpinfo() statement, in there) or in the way I
> uploaded it, its permissions, whatever.
> Any suggestion is HIGLY appreciated!!
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