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Do you know any work-around for this situation?
The other funny part is that my Apache log shows that the file was in fact delivered, but it seems that the browser never knew about it.
I know that IE don't trust the mime-type 'sent' by the server [the Content-type header], instead he brainless try to read the first bytes of a 'non plain text/html' file, with the goal of understanding what it is.
So, maybe IE try to read the first encrypted bytes, and hangs on them.. ;)
1] some obscure Micro$oft proprietary Content-type..
2] A RewriteRule or BrowserMatch that redirect any '*.mp3' browser's request to normal, non-encrypted port 80 [easy, if you want I post the snippet].
But I don't know if this is acceptable for you.. :)