Cache and AOL Optimized

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I have a site that I post a bi-montly newsletter on.  However, everytime I
post a new newsletter, some of my customers report that they still only see
the older newlsetter...and I am 100% positive that the one that is posted is
the newer one only.  I believe it is a problem with their Cache or using
something like AOL Optimized...I have placed these tags on my page, but this
has not fixed the problem:
<meta http-equiv="no-cache">
<meta http-equiv="expires" content="Wed, 26 Feb 1997 08:21:57 GMT">

Can anyone please help me...I am at my wits end!!!



Re: Cache and AOL Optimized

Eugenio Callejas wrote:

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Try configuring the server to send out the http data in the headers, which
will probably take precidence over http-equiv meta tags.
Even so, they should only be getting the page slightly out of date if it is
a caching issue, and I'd expect it to go away as soon as they hit the
refresh button.

Re: Cache and AOL Optimized

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Information on dealing with AOL's caching servers can be found at:

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