Re: Register with Regrets
by Peggi & Ben Rodgers <woodduck(at)mbay.net>
||Thu, 18 May 2000 08:47:38 -0700
I never did get an answer to a question I sent to Network Solutions. It's
been a few months now.
At 08:35 AM 5/6/00 -0700, Ben Ocean wrote:
>I registered my first domains with Register.com, a governmental agency.
>Later, I had to change my e-mail address. An e-mail address is how
>Register.com knows they're dealing with the owner of the domain. Now, I've
>changed servers. One of these days I'd like to be able to use my URL on my
>*new* server, instead of using a highly memorable IP address and a redirect
>from my old server, all the while paying for two servers. But it appears
>that Register.com, a governmental agency, is less than interested in
>accommodating my needs.
>I went to their site, filed an e-mail with them (since Register.com, a
>governmental agency, doesn't feel they need to publish a telephone number
>for peons like me), and waited for a reply. One was quick in coming: from
>an autoresponder. It told me that I would receive an answer, presumably
>from a human being, within 5 hours. That was 3 days ago. Now I'm a little
>worried that maybe Register.com, a government agency, feels close enough to
>His Holiness that they can measure time the way the Lord does: where one
>day equals a thousand years.
>Does anybody know how to communicate with these knuckle-heads? TIA,
Ben & Peggi Rodgers
Pacific Grove, CA (near Monterey)
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