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Discussion in 'Nominet General Information' started by texidriver, Jan 24, 2006.

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  1. texidriver United States

    texidriver Active Member

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    I have today received by mail the Confirmation of Registration for a domain name I regged 31 Jan 2005.
    It is good to know that the letter in a forked stick system still works.
    I hear there is a new way to send messages called the "telegraph", I look forward to the boy on a motor bike delivering my important messages.
     
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  3. domaingenius

    domaingenius Well-Known Member

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    Yeh role on the day Nominet joins the electronic revolution and allows tag holders to make all amendments and transfers online !!. Nominet are a bit like the Banks were they have hoodwinked the public for years and years about how long and why it takes a cheque to clear and giving all the reasons why it cant be quicker but at same time taking money out of your account in a second by same method. Come on Nominet drag yourselves into the 21st Century and allow online amendments and transfers !!

    DG
     
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    charlie Well-Known Member

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    i have piles of these documents under my desk that i havent got around to "doing" will i get stung if i dont complete the online registration?
     
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    retired_member11 Retired Member

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    No, it's of no consequence. I make paper planes out of mine and fly them back to Oxford ;-). What a waste of trees. Nominet!!!!
     
  6. LEEnoble

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    Keeps the postman in a job I suppose... :D
     
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    Even the postmen can't get rich by nicking one of those forms.

    -aqls-
     
  8. LEEnoble

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    I didn't mean the postman nicking them, I meant posting them. :D
     
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    retired_member11 Retired Member

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    Do you also write for The Telegraph?
     
  10. LEEnoble

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    What gives you that idea?
     
  11. Suited&Booted

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    Sorry time for me to go
     
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  12. aqls

    aqls Well-Known Member

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    Thanks for commenting Suited&Booted.

    Most of us are pretty experienced at this transfer stuff and some do several transfers a day. The current system is just not suited to us.

    I understand your concerns, thanks for sharing.

    -aqls-
     
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