I have a big website (15,000 pages) with a log list of redirects (about 800) that have been used in marketing pieces for years. My Apache server has been running mod_rewrite for the past 10 years or so to force all requests to lower case. So a user could put in /CamelCase and Apache would read it as /camelcase and my corresponding redirect would work.
I'm switching over my site to Drupal at the end of the month and the server needs to become case sensitive. I assumed that I could use mod_speling on my list of redirects so people could continue to type in a URL however they choose and it would continue to work. mod_speling, however, does not scan through the list of redirects so it does not work.
I have enough staff to have them go through the list of redirects and add in any case-sensitive variants but this would make my already large listing of redirects grow by 2 to 4 times. Hopefully I don't have to go down that route. I thought there might be a way to use mod_rewrite to test different cases on redirects but I can't get anything to work.
So, does anyone have ideas?