seb bacon writes:
 > ....
 > the Content-length is consistently reported as 14 bytes too
 > short.  This is regardless of the actual length of the document.
 > 
 > Why this should have a knockon effect on a small subset of MS
 > browsers, I don't know.  Especially confusingly random is the
 > requirement for a certain amount of data to break these browsers.
You can configure IE for use of HTTP 1.0 or HTTP 1.1.

I would expect it to close connections after each request
for HTTP 1.0 mode. Then, a correct Content-Length is of
much less importance. In HTTP 1.1 mode, IE is very
strict with Content-Length.


Dieter

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