RE: [DNS] Contacts

RE: [DNS] Contacts

From: Sabinus Robi <srobi§>
Date: Mon, 26 Mar 2001 10:26:31 +1000
If you know the name of the country, then all you have to do is contact
Foreign affairs & trade in Canberra, who then may give you proper advice
regarding the subject.The country you are talking about definitely knows
international protocol. The problem is, most African countries do not have
diplomatic contact with Australia, with most Australian missions scattered
sparsely in the continent. I can help you more should you tell me the
country name, and what issues re Internet they want to know. I am African
with ground knowledge of African Foreign Relations.

-----Original Message-----
From: Dassa [mailto:dasssa&#167;]
Sent: Saturday, March 24, 2001 11:33 PM
To: Dns&#167;Auda. Org. Au
Subject: [DNS] Contacts


My company, DHS International Pty Ltd ( was recently
contacted by a representative of a small Africian nation with respect to
assisting them with web and email facilities and other services revolving
their gTLD.

I would like to know if anyone on the list has a contact email address for
one in the Australian Government that I could discuss this matter with to
the company is acting within international policy as defined by the AuG and
possibly some contacts for grants to assist this Nation with their Internet

Thank you.

Darryl Lynch CEO
DHS International.

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