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    301 redirect not working


    Hello

    Can someone please help me with this redirect.

    I created my site map and instead of google picking up
    http://www.doxieland.com/site map.asp it is doxieland.com/site map.asp it has already been indexed. First I know I should not have left a space in the title site map it should have been sitemap. (if anyone knows what I did wrong to get indexed incorrectly I would appreciate taht fix)

    Any way I decided to create another page sitemap and redirect
    site map.

    this is the .htaccess

    Options Indexes FollowSymLinks Includes
    AddType application/x-httpd-cgi .cgi
    ErrorDocument 404 /404.asp
    AddType text/x-server-parsed-html .html .shtml

    Redirect 301 /site map.asp http://www.doxieland.com/sitemap.asp

    Can anyone help when I use the above redirect I get an
    internal error that shuts down my whole site.
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    It's working fine here.
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    Sorry I had to remove the redirect line in .htacces to reenable my site. That is why it a appears to work now.
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    Sounds good. But instead of 301 errors, I simply use header(), a PHP function.
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    Maybe asking if anyone knows the correct character for a space would be the best way to figure out the problem? I am able to redirect anything other than those that contain a space in the title.
    Thanks

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