[SASAG] Domain Name Registration and DNS hosting

Chris MacGregor chris at tigerwave.com
Tue Mar 20 20:27:50 PDT 2007


I've been quite happy with directnic.com.  Not the cheapest, but not bad.  And despite being in New
Orleans, they managed to stay up throughout Katrina (at no small effort, either).

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Sent: Tuesday, March 20, 2007 7:27 PM
To: Leeland
Cc: Seattle Area System Administrators Guild
Subject: Re: [SASAG] Domain Name Registration and DNS hosting

Joker.com is based in Germany. They're very customer-friendly when it 
comes to demands from giant corporations that your domain be removed 
from the face of the earth. Basically, they require that all requests be 
in line with the laws of the European Union and Germany, and they want 
paper copies of everything.

Oh, they provide fast and reliable DNS service too. It's free with your 
domain registration.

-TProphet

Leeland wrote:
> Well I was going to use GoDaddy for my new domains and such but based
> on the earlier post I am very worried about using them now. All my
> domains are at eNom right now and they seem OK. But, I feel like I
> could be getting a lot better pricing and service (they are a little
> slow on response). Bulkregister is now eNom. And I have no intentions
> of forking over the bundles of money to Network Solutions for their
> horribly MS like customer support and hostile services.
> 
> All I need is someplace to register domains and host the DNS records
> (preferably with the more advanced Mail stuff now) or point them at my
> own name servers.
> 
> Any suggestions?
> 
> + Leeland
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