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inetget file date/time v wget

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Trying to get rid of wget and use inetget.  Wget preserves the date/time of the file downloaded.  Inetget writes the file with the current date/time.  Is there a way to get inetget to preserve the downloaded file date/time OR is there some function where I can look at the file to be downloaded to get its date/time before it's downloaded?  Reason needed - I prepend the file's original date/time.as part of the filename (so I don;t run into the OS creation/modified/date problem).

Perhaps an alternative question is - can inetget preserve time-stamp information?  If so, what's the switch to use/

Edited by ahha

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