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Typically, if at all possible, you'd want to do this through Apache. (Which will, always, have a default 404 page. It may have one or more custom pages as well.)

Doing it even via a CGI script is likely to cause problems with someone, as you aren't really putting it into the HTTP response header, but into the payload. It'll work sometimes, in some browsers, but I'd check to make sure you can't set up a real one first.


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