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From: Mark Perloe <mperloe@ivf.com>
Subject: indexing multiple sites
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I am new and confused. Please help.

I have successfully indexed a site on my server. I would like to include
info from a second URL but only go one level deep from the existing page.
What would a statement be like that would do this?
site one www.ivf.com index all html files
site two http://www.ivillage.com/content/0,1625,2423,00.html Can I use a
wildcard in the html file name?

Thanks please respond by email too.

Mark Perloe, M.D. 285 Boulevard NE, Suite 320, Atlanta, GA 30312 404-265-3662
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