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    Serial Publisher silver trophy aspen's Avatar
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    Check out my server logs.


    24.4.255.93
    Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.5; Windows 98; Win 9x 4.90; AtHome020; MSIECrawler)
    proxy2-external.peoria1.il.home.com

    This, person, thing, whatever, made 1907 hits to my site so far today. Doesn't look like any search engine I know.
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    looks like someone using some form of script to pull pages on your site.

    Not a search engine, could be something like the 'download a site' type software people use to access the web when offline, or similar
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    I agree..........

    For what it's worth, the person is using home.com as their iSP.
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    Hey! I live right by Peoria Illinois! Someone is probably ripping your pages with their cable connection from the looks of that.

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    I think this is someone with ie5.5 saving pages for offline browsing - when a web page is set for offline browsing in the favorites folder, ie5.5 can crawl the ste up to 3 links deep whenever it synchronises.
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