troubleshooting Question

Redirect Retaining URL In Address Bar (no frames or CNAME)?

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Please could someone tell me if this is possible...

I own a domain (say www.customer.com) however host the content for the site within a folder on my own server (say www.myserver.com/customer) - mostly because I have a number of hosted bits set up that I don't really wish to replicate on the new domain.

Is it possible for someone to type in www.customer.com and for the content to be served at www.myserver.com/customer but retain the www.customer.com URL in the browser's address bar?

I did try using the FRAME solution however due to the issue with IE v6 losing session variables between frames, this was not really good enough.  I was also advised that a CNAME may work however my ISP doesn't allow such changes to DNS.

Any help that can be offered is very much appreciated.
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