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Discussion in 'Drop catching Domain Names' started by tifosi, Mar 4, 2005.

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  1. DaveBeasley United Kingdom

    DaveBeasley Nominet Member

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    Me too. Sent emails for a TAG change but no answer!
     
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    articles.co.uk
     
  3. www.confused.me.uk

    www.confused.me.uk Active Member

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    Hi

    best email ive found is

    chris@uk3.com

    if no answer after a day or so re send the email seemed to work for me

    Cheers Lee
     
  4. storebuilder

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    In my case I just bought a new hosting reseller account and set the nameserver to the domain caught by dropcatcher.

    So now I can't set up the server and add new accounts until the nameserver is changed.

    Totally frustrating.
     
  5. storebuilder

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    Thanks Lee I'll try it.
     
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  7. www.confused.me.uk

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    retired_member27 Retired Member

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    I find it quite amazing that a forum as popular as detagged.co.uk has been allowed to go offline for so long, I mean they spend all that time, effort and money building it up, only for them to let it die!

    I'm interested to know if other forum members will give up on detagged (should it start again) and stick with this forum, and have all the detagged members migrated here?
     
  9. rob

    rob Founding Member

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    I think it is better to have an independant forum as at the end of the day it was basically a promotional tool, however this forum is more 'community' based.
     
  10. danny

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    Hi,
    When you say allowed to go offline for so long! What do you mean? Detagged.co.uk has no obligations as far as I am aware to the members that use its FREE forum service. They have provided a great site for domain discusssion and should not be ridiculed for either a long downtime or should they decide to end their service in the future!

    Acorn is a fab site and having joined this one 1st I am a loyal member but would still visit dettaged should they re-appear.

    Regards
     
  11. richard Australia

    richard Active Member

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    maybe they have no obligations to keep it going, but it does look poor if they can't sort out a simple "offline" message, especially as they link to it on their main site.

    doesnt give a good impression to potential customers
     
  12. retired_member27

    retired_member27 Retired Member

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    I would love to know why Chris and Ronnie decided to let the detagged forum die, surly a popular forum like that is worth quite a bit of money? Anyway, hats off to admin for taking over.
     
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  13. keys United Kingdom

    keys Well-Known Member

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    I suspect the answer lies in the latter few posts on the forum, before it was switched off.
     
  14. Admin

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    What did they say?
     
  15. keys United Kingdom

    keys Well-Known Member

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    The subject was game.co.uk DRS case, and the expert who made the controversial decision.
     
  16. tifosi United Kingdom

    tifosi Well-Known Member

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    if it's dead, then why not remove the links?
     
  17. Brassneck United Kingdom

    Brassneck Well-Known Member

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    Has anybody managed to get in touch with the guys at Dropcatcher this week. I am trying to sort out a problem with my credits.

    Thanks
    Stephen.
     
  18. paul

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    Sent an email about 6pm today to change the TAG on a name they caught for me today, got a reply 10 minutes later to say it had been done.
     
  19. Names4sale

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    Drop Catcher

    I'm not getting any reply from Drop Catcher either :-?
     
  20. gunpowda

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    Two months later and the php/mysql isn't functioning. Is this service dead now?
     
  21. aquanuke

    aquanuke Well-Known Member

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    I sent an email 4 days ago to change tags no reply. How do others change tags.. do you phone them?
     
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