RE: [DNS] Registrant Agreements revisited

RE: [DNS] Registrant Agreements revisited

From: Domain Registration Services <mail§domainregistration.com.au>
Date: Wed, 25 Jun 2003 19:56:56 +1000
Delegation
Transfer
Jason, the first step might be understanding the difference between the two.
You're talking about two completely different functions and mixing them up.




-----Original Message-----
From: Jason Pay [mailto:jasonpay&#167;au1.ibm.com]
Sent: Wednesday, 25 June 2003 4:47 PM
To: dns&#167;lists.auda.org.au
Subject: Re: [DNS] Registrant Agreements revisited






going back to the DDNS issue with the mass transfer of names without the
registrant providing authorisation, I was just looking at the auDA policy
and found that under guideline 4 ti says that "Delegation may be performed
by the Registrant, or by a Domain Name Supplier on behalf of the
Registrant, through the current Registrar-of-Record" am i reading this
wrong or is this stating that the reseller or Domain Name Suppplier can
transfer a domain on behalf of the registrant?

Guideline - examples of unacceptable conduct:
(1) Sending an invoice (or anything that appears to be an invoice) to a
Registrant for Domain Name renewal, where the Domain Name is presently
registered through another Domain Name Supplier.
(2) Sending a renewal notice for a specific Domain Name with an expiry date
(eg. "xyz.com.au expires on 1/6/2002 - renew it now at our website"), where
the Domain Name is presently registered through another Domain Name
Supplier.
(3) Sending a notice addressed to "accounts payable", requesting payment
for the renewal of a specific Domain Name with an expiry date, where the
Domain Name is presently registered through another Domain Name Supplier.
(4) Informing a registrant that a transfer to a different
Registrar-of-Record is necessary to delegate a domain name for new
webhosting or email services. Delegation may be performed by the
Registrant, or by a Domain Name Supplier on behalf of the Registrant,
through the current Registrar-of-Record.
 5.7 If a Complaint is made about the accuracy of WHOIS data, then the
Registrar-of-Record on receiving, or receiving notice of, the Complaint
must make reasonable commercial efforts to contact the Registrant to
arrange for the information to be corrected. The Registrar-of-Record may
delegate this responsibility to a Reseller via the terms of a
registrar-reseller agreement.


Regards,

Jason Pay
Midrange Administrator
IBM GSA
02 6124 2137
0421 357 559


Wednesday, 25 June 2003 3:34 PM
To: dns&#167;lists.auda.org.au
cc:
From: Kim Davies <kim&#167;cynosure.com.au>
Subject: Re: [DNS] Registrant Agreements revisited



Quoting Tim on Wednesday June 25, 2003:
| This is suppose to be an info subscription, it is becoming more like a
| chat room

Actually it's not. This is a discussion forum. The announcements list is
separate, see http://www.auda.org.au/list/announce/

kim

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