Hi Tim, what I guess is, whenever you are trying access your original domain, the "yourdomain" thing is acting like a proxy. It happens with some proxy as they understand the HTTP headers in a different way, as well as the Server Response from your domain back to the PROXY. Please check your Application server, what exactly it's throwing as error. Do mind your HTTP request/response headers, 'cauz we had once encountered with this sort of problem.
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Thank you for your response! What goes on the server is just a pass-through a Servlet then the servlet forwards/includes to a JSP. This seems to happen only in IE 6 and 7 but not in Firefox 2. BTW, clicking on a link would make a call to:
location.href = url;
Thank you for your response! I hope to hear more ideas.