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Published: Saturday 2004-03-20.

I have moved the pages about Swedish spammers and FormMail scoundrels from miscellaneous to a new “Internet” category, where I also have plans for a couple of new pages. I have added code to make sure the old pages are automatically redirect, but if something stops working I would appreciate if you would tell me.

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  • Datum: 2004-03-20 11.12.56 CET
  • Namn: Peter Karlsson
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Okej, nu har jag fixat så att trasiga adresser utan avslutande snedstreck (som t.ex MSN av någon konstig anledning lyckas prestera) blir omdirigerade korrekt. Den typen av URLer verkar trigga en bugg i Apache när man använder RewriteEngine för att göra omdirigeringen. Kom ihåg, det är stor skillnad på <> och <>!

Okay, now I've fixed so that broken addresses without the final slash (like the ones MSN for some weird reason manages to create) are redirected properly. That type of URLs seem to trigger a bug in Apache when using RewriteEngine to do the redirect. Remember, there is a big difference between <> and <>!

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