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Username: sfeibish
Date/Time: Mon, October 15, 2001 at 2:03 PM GMT
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Subject: VeriSign submitted my .biz applications; but didn't receive "proceed or cancel" emails from Neulevel

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Ben,

I thought my VeriSign .biz applications were not submitted.

Then I received the following message from VeriSign.

Partial text follows:

>> NeuLevel reports that they have sent three
>> e-mail notifications to applicants of domain names in an
>> undefined status asking them to complete the application
process.

I never received these 3 emails.

Partial text follows:

>> For your convenience, the following are instructions from the
>> original NeuLevel e-mails to complete the application
process:

VeriSign themselves sent my userids and passwords.
I was able to "proceed" with most, if not all, of
my applications.

Maybe your applications were actually submitted, as mine
were?  But you never received these "last ditch" notices
from Verisign?

There is certainly enough time now, with the court ruling,
to have your applications corrected.

Steve Feibish

start of email VeriSign sent:

>>Dear .biz Domain Name Applicant,
>>
>>The .biz Registry, NeuLevel, has informed us that your domain
>>name application for the .biz domain name listed below is
still
>>in an undefined status.  This means that one or more person(s)
>>have filed an Intellectual Property (IP) Claim for the same
name,
>>and you must complete the application process in order to
proceed
>>with your application. NeuLevel reports that they have sent
three
>>e-mail notifications to applicants of domain names in an
>>undefined status asking them to complete the application
process.
>>If you do not respond to one of those e-mails for the domain
name
>>listed below, your domain name application will not be
processed.
>>
>>As a courtesy follow-up to NeuLevel's e-mails, VeriSign, Inc.
>>would like to remind you that you have until 8 PM ET tomorrow,
>>October 11, 2001, to complete the application process for this
>>.biz domain name. If you have already done so, please
disregard
>>this e-mail.
>>
>>For your convenience, the following are instructions from the
>>original NeuLevel e-mails to complete the application process:
  
    

 


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