Send A Plaintext Raw Http Post Request?

Jan 29, 2010

All I need is to send a http post request I pulled from fiddler.

I do not want to use HttpWebRequest class. It makes it hard to set up a request, does not allow to change host,

and when it does send it it looks nothing like the request I want. The server is very sensitive and unless I copy the request headers 100% it will return an empty page. Why can't I just type in the headers and send it that way? What would be 5 minutes of
work in php is taking the whole evening in asp.net.

This is what I am trying to send, simple as it gets: ...

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