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Username: EasyTech
Date/Time: Thu, November 15, 2001 at 2:22 PM GMT (Thu, November 15, 2001 at 3:22 PM CET)
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Subject: nic.PRO

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The Original top level domain (TLD) .pro was established long before the one from RegistryPro.
Therefore RegistryPro is introducing duplicate domain names. Because of this damage on the
DNS RegistryPros .pro TLD is not supported by the whole internet. Following root server corporations
don't support RegistryPros .pro TLD and support the the .pro TLD from Name.Space:*
Name.Space
The PacificRoot
The Universal Registry
This means that only 90 to 95% of the internet users can access the .pro domains from RegistryPro.
In the reverse conclusion this means that the Original .pro domains get 5 to 10%
of the traffic of the RegistryPro .pro domains!**
Imagine you were the registrant of the Original domain sex.med.pro or business.law.pro. You could
get up to 10% of the traffic of the domain sex.med.pro or business.law.pro from RegistryPro!

You can check below if your .pro Domain is still available.


If you want to register domains with the extensions law.pro, med.pro and cpa.pro you can try these
links:
               http://www.law.pro
               http://www.med.pro
               http://www.cpa.pro


  *according to the IRON data on 2001-09-04
**according to figures from The PacificRoot and The Universal Registry

(c) 2001-09-04 nic.PRO - a project of AllRoots Domain Business Consulting by Simon Steinle - Disclaimer  
 

Link: http://www.nic.PRO


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