Hi. Thanks for your response. I tried implementing IO::Select but it still did the same thing (unless I implemented it the wrong way). Tried a few tweaks and it worked on the latest IE but I'm still having the same problems with FF/Chrome and older versions of IE. it seems to be doing the following:
1. When I do a POST, it send the request with the right headers as per RFC1945 (i'm only implementing HTTP/1.0) gets the headers but stops at the blank line before the body so I think what happens is that the remote host is still waiting for the body
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