> Maybe a temperary bug in the server using ICS/BCB6 and using
> HTTP/1.0, i  also getting the page now.

This happend quite frequently: at server side, there are scripts, the script 
sometimes use header lines found in the HTTP request sent by the client. The 
script developper test his script with IE and FF and then some user like you 
is using something else which doesn't send the exact same header lines, then 
the script crashes, then the developper see his log files and then fix the 
script, and suddently it works again for the client...

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The author of the freeware Internet Component Suite (ICS)

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