First of all, thanks to John, Emek and Phil.

Glad to see unanimity about it being a server config problem.
I have tried .php and .php4 extension without any luck. Didn't try  .php3
because was giving for granted their setup is newer than two years ;-))
OK, I'll try that too
>....have you tried it with a
> PERL-style shebang line at the top of your scripts? Give something like:
> #!/usr/bin/php -q

On a WinNT/IIS box? I'll try, but never read anything like this...

Anyway, the sysadmin just emailed that he is going to check: we'll see. In 
the meantime, anybody with a working php.ini file for IIS please send it (to 
me of course, not the list)


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