Re: [DNS] domain expiry issues

Re: [DNS] domain expiry issues

From: Deus Ex Machina <vicc§>
Date: Wed, 25 Sep 2002 21:09:47 +1000
magic2147&#167; [magic2147§] wrote:
> On 24 Sep 2002 at 15:56, Bruce Tonkin wrote:
> As far as the registrant was concerned they did not register the domain via Connect 
> West. They purchased the domain from Melbourne IT and paid Melbourne IT direct. 
> Connect West and the reseller apparently became involved when they hosted the 
> domain for a short period. 
> In any event auDA did not actually advise the registrant of these initial settings because 
> the advisory email went to the email address that the reseller had put on the records 
> which was their own or one that they knew was out of date. I am sure that a court would 
> find that in view of the fact that auDA knew that their records were hopelessly out of 
> date they should have written to the registrants at the address shown on the websites to 
> advise them that they had to deal with a company they either may have not known or as 
> in the current case did not wish to deal with.  Also in the current case the registrant does 
> not want to deal with the current reseller.
> This is all goes to show that some resellers, some registries, the registrar and auDA  do 
> not care what happens to .au registrants so long as they are getting their slice without 
> prima facie being prepared to offer anything resembling service. And of course 
> everything has to be administratively convenient for the latter three parties.


I am willing to outsource the contacting of non-responding registrants renewals to you if you can do
in a financially viable method.

Received on Fri Oct 03 2003 - 00:00:00 UTC

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