Hello Dan, Thank you for your answer, I have more questions
Dan, I´m not stealing anything in Google analytics. The HTTP_COOKIE stuff is provided by a PHP script in a mailing form inside my website. Tha is why I posted my question in the PHP forum, otherwise I could post in in the Google forums.
Are youu talking about Google Analytics or in general?
Do you mean typing the URL directly in the address bar, don´t you? That will cause a: utmccn=(direct)|utmcsr=(direct)|utmcmd=(none) ?? Is there any other way to get a utmccn=(direct)|utmcsr=(direct)|utmcmd=(none) than having the site in Favorites and typing the URL directly in the address bar?
I can know when people enter the site by clicking a link in yahoo or hotmail or web based email clients, because I receive the utmccn as a referral and the client name in the utmcsr, just like this:
How it works with clients like outlook? Does anyone know ?
Which are those new browsers?
I appreciate your reply