On Sat, Jan 15, 2000 at 08:52:53AM +1300, Patrick O' Brien wrote:
concerns contact addresses embedded within DNS SOA records...
The use of "hostmaster" is a recommendation, not a requierement...
None the less, a number of domains do use that SOA address as their
technical contact address, and the use of HOSTMASTER as there SOA address
does not dominate.
And we've agreed that that's not relevant. But thank you for mentioning
Well, you can
choose to be compliant with standards, or you can choose not
to... probably have
taken far less time to verify whether the RFC2142
aliases were accepted by Domainz's mail server.
I shun the notion that we are somehow acting in contravention of some
"alias" standard -- thus there is no need for Domainz to verify anything.
Guess we'll just add that to the list of standard requirements that
Domainz feels they are too good for. Frankly I'm surprised that you
are happy with the remarkable inflexibility of UDP to run DNS over,
and haven't invented some superior scheme to meet your own particular
I am confident that our service provider delivers any
mail sent to any of
these "standard" recommended aliases to Domainz, and equally confident that
it finds its way into an individual's in-tray.
Again, it was the aliases _required_ by RFC2142 I was talking about, not
those _recommended_ by RFC2142.
If I can stray to the less serious for a moment
denial of service attacks and pornography.
Thanks for the link, I see I am in real need of education, life really has
passed me by...
If you want to keep people in any particular segment of life happy, it
can sometimes pay to learn a little about their associated culture.
On the other hand, if you don't care about keeping your customers happy,
you can ignore their advice and laugh at their petty requests.
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