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||Sat, October 27, 2001 at 1:25 PM GMT
||Microsoft Internet Explorer V5.5 using Windows 98
||According to Mike Roberts....
According to Mike Roberts....
you're the manager of a top level domain name registry, it's not
a pc in a closet
"The Japanese government and the United States government are sending
level officers to speak at the November ICANN meeting about how
serious this really
If ICANN is going to get serious, can someone tell Mike that his
address on the ICANN web-site is apparently wrong or
----- The following addresses had permanent fatal errors -----
----- Transcript of session follows -----
550 firstname.lastname@example.org... Host unknown
(Name server: darwin.ptv.ca.us:
host not found)
By the way, I was not aware
that ICANN was running TLDs on PCs
in closets, but that is good to know. That
will certainly have to be
upgraded, as people move from the "toy" IPv4 Internet
to serious systems.
Do you use a 2002:IPv4:0000 prefix ?
- According to Mike Roberts.... Jim Fleming, October 27 @ 1:25 PM (1/8)