Re: DNS: Re: INET: Proposed BIZ.AU Registry

Re: DNS: Re: INET: Proposed BIZ.AU Registry

From: Gary Oliver <gary.oliver§>
Date: Tue, 10 Dec 1996 13:41:55 +1100
Glen Turner wrote:
> Gary Oliver wrote:
> > Thanks for poitning out I omitted the question. My question is the same
> > as that others have posed, viz what is wrong with allowing dictionary
> > words in subject to showing grounds for it.
> >
> > The problem that I see with the acn approach I touched on in an earlier
> > msg, viz many companies are in a structure (eg operations, financing,
> > holding etc) and so have several acns within their "group".
> I would envisage such a system returning all the ACNs
> for the group.  If the group has multiple e-mail systems,
> then the ACN would map to the most suitable.  If it
> has one, then they would all point to the same server.
> Ditto for WWW, etc.
> I expect I'll have a proof of concept system up in
> a few more weeks.
> Glen.
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Hi Glen

Sorry my point wasn't clearer. When you take the acn approach you are
imposing a legal distinction from a legal realm on the business affairs
of the company and therefore choosing just one would not be an option;
they would have to be careful to use the one representative of the
entity for which they were acting at the time. Of course if you meant to
soak up fees for multiple registrations this way ... <g>

Warm regards
Received on Tue Dec 10 1996 - 14:40:22 UTC

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