> I've a bunch of PHP program that heavily depends 
> on remote services via fopen("http://...";,...) costruct.
> Now I've installed mod_gzip on the remote server 
> and so if I can specify "Accept-Encoding: gzip,deflate" in 
> my http header request, I can have a (much) smaller network traffic.
> My question: how can I specify a custom HTTP header
> in the fopen("http://...";,...) function ???

i think the best way is to use
and send your your own headers...

Joffrey van Wageningen

ps/1: hows the smog in milano? :P

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