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[ale] Domain name registrars--advice, experience?

I am using godaddy.com with no problems. But I also have not had to contact them
for anything.

On Sun, 11 Jan 2004 12:18:23 -0500
Grady Harris <gharri2 at emory.edu> wrote:

> I've been using Melbourne IT as a registrar for a couple of domain names, but
> have had a problem w/ what should be a straight-forward process of changing
> some contact info, and a big problem with getting any help on the original
> problem--e-mail, fax, calling Australia--they have responded very slowly to my
> enquiries, and thus far have done nothing that I can see, these past
> twenty-five days, other than acknowledge that there seems to be a problem.
> Has anyone else used them as a registrar? If so, any similar experience? 
> Any advice on registrars? I only have a couple of names registered, & probably
> will not add more than one or two over the next couple of years, so it's not
> something I want to spend much time fretting about. A reliable & responsive
> registrar w/ local or toll-free phone & fax numbers would appeal to me, at
> this point.
> Grady Harris
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I used to be interested in Windows NT, but the more I see of it the more it
looks like traditional Windows with a stabler kernel. I don't find anything
technically interesting there. In my opinion MS is a lot better at making money
than it is at making good operating systems.  -- Linus Torvalds