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    Hey all,
    From the whois for a domain I am looking at:

    Record update date: 2000-10-16 00:00:00
    Record create date: 2000-10-16
    Record expires on: 2001-10-16
    Database last updated on: 2003-03-26 13:17:38 EST


    Why would this domain not be available?

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    anyone?



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    Probably one of those domains that's fallen through the cracks in Network Solutions databases. You see they have 3 seperate databases at the registrar, and the data in the different ones doesn't always match. So their billing database (which is separate to the WHOIS database) doesn't realise the name has expired.

    Every once in a while, they attempt to "sync" the three databases, and that's invariably when domains that are paid in full get accidentally deleted.

    NSI, of course, isn't responsible because they've written liability out in their contract, and they're owned by Verisign, "the power of trust".

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