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Comment: Current Draft 3.2 Proxy Receipt, Forwarding or response to a Request

From: Gerlach, Heiko, VF-Group <Heiko.Gerlach@vodafone.com>
Date: Wed, 23 Jan 2008 10:06:47 +0100
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Hi All,
as discussed yesterday I like to add a comment offline: 

Group Working Draft 18 January 2008

3.2 Proxy Receipt, Forwarding or response to a Request

"Proxies must not intervene in HTTPS requests and should not intervene in methods other than GET and HEAD."
How about POST? When POST request are not supported, the user experience will break. I like to understand why post can not be supported. I think this might be vital when e.g. a user wants to upload content.

Heiko Gerlach 
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