Have you set the 'Message Type' to "URL"? This is set under the 'Custom Errors' tab; scroll down to "404" and click "Edit properties..." and set the message type to URL, then type in the path to the 404 file. See a screenshot at http://www11.brinkster.com/fx01/custom404.gif Craig. ----- Original Message ----- From: "DESCHAMPS Stéphane DvSI/SICoR" <stephane.deschamps at francetelecom.com> To: "'thelist at lists.evolt.org.uk'" <thelist at lists.css-discuss.org> Sent: Wednesday, March 19, 2003 8:49 PM Subject: [thelist] Errors 404 strange behavior (IIS/PHP) (resubmited) > At the office I've been using the "personalized errors" in > IIS and I have it "redirect" to a /error404.php file (my IIS > speaks french but any english-speaking-IIS user can correct > and tell us what the exact phrasing is on their server). > > By default IIS does not send a correct header, it seems. > > I googlised and decided to try to add a header to > /error404.php like this: > header("HTTP/1.1 404 Not Found"); > > But to no avail. IIS seems to somehow 'strip' the headers.