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From "S.A. Birl" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Cyrillic (ISO-8859) information lost during proxy
Date Thu, 21 Jul 2005 19:22:36 GMT
On Jul 21, S.A. Birl ( typed:

birl:  Our 2.0.48 server proxies requests to an IIS server.  On the IIS server is
birl:  a website written in Cyrillic (ISO-8859-5 Im told).  I know nothing about
birl:  Cyrillic as the majority of our websites are in English (and this is the
birl:  first time a problem like this has popped up).
birl:  For the privledged few who can access the IIS server directly, the browser
birl:  displays the page correctly.  However the rest of the world who must use
birl:  the proxy see jibberish.
birl:     (one thing I still have to test is adding the Content-Type header to
birl:      IIS and see if Apache changes it or not).

I added the header in IIS and everything works now.

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