In a nutshell, no, it's not a fabulous way to be linked to. If anything, depending on the redirection method employed, the site linking to you may be very basically claiming your content.
<meta name="refresh" content="0;url=http://www.example.com/" /> although I'm pretty sure Googlebot will go and checkout www.example.com but I don't think he will assign 'link love' there.
'302 Found' What, they own my content now? Grrr. ( ASP: response.redirect is very lazy and a touch evil to do anywhere but your own domain as target!)
'301 Moved Permanently' What, they were once authoritive for my content and now perhaps I am? Thanks anyway, don't link to me that way!
ps. your 'title' makes it look like your post might belong in 'Apache' forum!