The link for the files I need redirects to "a.site.com/" (that's what it says on Address Bar in Browser; however this site can only be accessed via the main site).
Finally, the actual address of the files I need is "1.site.com/file<#0-100>.txt". This site also can only be accessed via the main site.
How can I use server keywords to download the whole contents of "1.site.com/"?
My problem is: if I Include the "a" server keyword, so as not to get "b.site.com/" or "c.site.com/" OE wouldn't download "1.site.com/", which doesn't contain an "a"... and the other way around if I Include "1" which isn't part of "a.site.com/".
Sorry for the long post but I've tried everything to no avail.
1. Allow downloading from the starting domain. This will enable all *.site.com servers.
2. Use a direct link to the files if they are sequentally numbered:
Well there are some problems:
1) If by "Allow downloading from the starting domain" you mean my Address (URL) should be "a.site.com/". It's impossible (I get a message, smth. like Forbidden, Directory Access Denied etc.). It can only be accessed via www.site.com.
2) "This will enable all *.site.com servers". By this you mean the domains like "b.site.com/", "c.site.com/" etc? Because it is exactly what I want to avoid. I only want "a.site.com"/, not some unrelated ad-sites. And I can't get it directly.
3) "Use a direct link to the files if they are sequentially numbered". Unfortunately, many of them aren't.
www.site.com (for all pages that main contain useful links)
It is very hard to give good advices without looking at the real URLs. Perhaps, I would be able to make a much better solution.
I need to filter the other directories out. I tried to put "img" in the Included dir list, but then "1.site.com/file<#0-100>.txt" doesn't match it.
(Of course I could put "a.site.com/img/" directly in the Address (URL) field, but as I said the site only allows downloading through "www.site.com".)