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(sorry I deleted the original thread from my inbox and did not know
how to continue it)

Just wanted to add that at
I've seen this client side redirection:
meta HTTP-EQUIV="REFRESH" content="0; url=";

As far as I know, Google does not interpret client-side redirections
(html, javascript, ...) but only server-side redirections.

A way to achieve the same redirection but server-side with PHP[1] is:
  header('Location:', true, 301);

Another way to do the same is placing the redirection in Apache's
.htaccess[2]. I guess it would be:
RedirectPermanent /download



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