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Old 04-02-03, 14:04   #1
Sam
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Problems with some com, net and org domains

CORE, the registrar of some com, net and org domains, appears to be in the process of changing the format of its whois. As such, any scripts which process that data will not work until we are in a position to fix them. (This task is not made easier by the fact that CORE's whois servers are temperamental at the moment, sometimes returning no data at all.)

This primarily affects DNS Management and transferring domains in and out.

Your domain will not be affected if you bought your domain since August 2001, or have ever renewed your domain with us.
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Old 10-02-03, 11:30   #2
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We are experiencing more problems with CORE; this time their whois server is not even responding. This means that a number of screens that query the whois will not work properly for domains registered with CORE - which means .com, .net, or .org domains registered before August 2001 which have not been renewed.

DNS Management is the screen most obviously affected by this, although there may be others.

Other problems with CORE that we have reported recently - e.g. not being able to move out - are still ongoing, unfortunately.
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