Section 7 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.
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
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.
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.
If I can stray to the less serious for a moment Joe....software piracy,
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...
I would hope it was ignorance of the latter that led
Domainz to choose its
Well, perhaps all of New Zealand should give up now Joe -- Certainly the
issue that you flag rally damns us all forever, perhaps it was an ISO3166
conspiracy when they handed out Country codes.?
Its a terrible thought to ponder, as I sit here early Saturday, that there
is a whole sub-culture that views every single domain name ending in .nz as
a pornographic site.
Perhaps we should advise the "Net Nanny's" of the world to put an automatic
block on all domain names ending in .nz to protect children?
Maybe that is why the US Presidential advisory team was so keen for us to be
involved as part of their Y2K coordination program -- .nz was polluted with
pirates, waiting to bring down the US, masquerading under a .nz domain?
What hope is there for the NZ Herald, and what about NZ L-57, we might as
well give back the cup right now :)
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