I've been doing something similar (though I included the web browser and several other things sent by the browser) and found out that ALL users of AOL browser have this problem. A friend tried to connect using the AOL browser and was kicked out by the very first page, so he used the normal MSIE (via the same modem connection!) and everything was fine.
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-- Rick Osborne, firstname.lastname@example.org
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