[hobbit] Check for string on web site failing

Josh Luthman josh at imaginenetworksllc.com
Thu Nov 5 20:42:24 CET 2009

Can you try  foobar.pnl.gov # class:server cont=WebMail;https://foobar.

or instead of index.html put in what file is DocumentIndex (Apache term).
I'm guessing the IIS server isn't redirecting properly.

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On Thu, Nov 5, 2009 at 2:32 PM, Smith, Cathy <cathy.smith at pnl.gov> wrote:

>  Folks
> I set up a check to match a string for a web email server in my bb-hosts
> file to ensure that the web server was functioning correctly   The check
> looked like:
>  foobar.pnl.gov # class:server cont=WebMail;https://foobar.
> pnl.gov;WebMail.Access
> The check worked fine until this past weekend when the email server was
> migrated from Exchange 2003 to Exchange 2007.  Now instead of an index.html
> file being downloaded, I get a SGML document.  Even though the same string
> is in the title tag in the document, the check fails.  Can someone suggest a
> way to check that the page has properly loaded?
> I apologize if you have received this posting twice.  There were network
> problems when I sent it out originally.  I'm not sure it got out.
> Thanks for your help.
> Regards,
> Cathy
> ---
> Cathy L. Smith
> IT Engineer
> Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
> cathy.smith at pnl.gov 509.375.2687
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