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Apache HTTP Server Version 1.3
This module provides for mapping different parts of the host filesystem in the document tree, and for URL redirection.
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A "HTTP Redirect" on the other hand acts much more directly because it is done within another layer. When the User Agent (i.e. a browser or the validator) first contacts the server and requests the document, the _server_ itself, having been configured to redirect the document to another address, replies to the user-agent that it should instead look at the new address.