wilderness - 6:46 am on Dec 11, 2013 (gmt 0)
You may recall some while back a dilema I had with 403's and other custom errors?
The shared host had a default configuration were an adverstiment 403 was delivered by the host server.
Simply adding 403 directives into htaccess did not change this.
I had to:
1) add error documents into htaccess
2) then go into the hosts CP and change their directive settings.
As far as an acutal answer to your question, I'll need to go back two years and look at backup DVD's, however generally speaking the URL's were part of my domain, and even though the images files did not exist on my domain.