Thanks for your answers, guys! I'll keep researching on this and let you know if figure out why.

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> Date: Fri, 21 Sep 2007 13:44:55 -0600
> To:
> Subject: Re: [htdig] 304 Not Modified
> On Sep 20, 2007, at 7:41 AM, CHUN KI SHIN wrote:
> > I've noticed even if 304 Not Modified header line was returned some
> > files with .doc and htm extension are searchable in both QA and
> > Production. What am I missing here? Can anyone please help me what
> > might cause this difference?
> When htdig makes a request, it checks to see if it has already seen a
> document associated with the current URL. If so, it includes the time
> it last saw this document in an If-Modified-Since header field. The
> web server hosting the document then checks to see if that document
> has been modified since the time provided in the HTTP request. If the
> document hasn't been modified, the web server returns the 304 status
> code, which lets htdig know that there is no reason to download and
> index the file again.
> So the 304 status code shouldn't have anything to do with whether a
> document is searchable or not. When you see this code, it just means
> that htdig already knows the content of the document and has no need
> to download the file again.
> Jim
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