also, if I were to do the redirect, would I just have an html file coded
like this?

/$all
Content-type: text/html

location: /cgi-bin/erqinbox<nl><nl>


No. Location: is not part of an HTML document, it's an HTTP header. As such, it needs to be in the header portion of the data your program returns (like Content-Type is), not in the data portion.

You should make your HTML template look like this, instead:

/$all
status: 302 Moved
location: /cgi-bin/erqinbox
Content-type: text/html

<html>
<body>
  Content moved to <a href="/cgi-bin/erqinbox">/cgi-bin/erqinbox</a>
</body>
<html>

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