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Old 03-19-2008, 01:08 PM   #4
BobRoosth
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Good references, but the point here is from the browser end. For me, both IE7 and FF 2 show http://www.adobe.com after I enter adobe.com. On my client's home computer, adobe.com yields "page not found". I don't see anything in Options that would suppress the sites' redirect, but there must be something.
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