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From Boysenberry Payne <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Off-topic. Domain (nameservers not transfered)
Date Thu, 02 Feb 2006 05:00:25 GMT
If they're a business you can report them to the better business 
bureau, or something similar.

Boysenberry | |

On Feb 1, 2006, at 9:42 PM, Alvaro Cobo wrote:

> Hi guys:
> Sorry for this off-topic, but I think this is of interest of all of us 
> which
> work with domains and stuff...
> One month ago I have asked my current hosting service to cancel their 
> service
> and to change the nameserver from their to the server of the new 
> hosting I
> have hired. They have delayed deliberately this change for one month, I
> guess expecting I will hire their services again. I have canceled the
> payment account so they will not charge for another month of awful 
> service.
> My questions are:
> a) If they suspend the service (due to I haven't paid it) I will lose 
> all
> the emails sent to the addresses of my domain. So, is there any way I 
> can
> catch this emails. I have been checking the administration control 
> panel the
> hosting provides me, and there is not access to my DNS records, then I
> cannot change my MX records either.
> b) Does anybody has faced a problem like this (a domain hijacked by the
> hosting company) and how did you solved it?. I have contacted the 
> registrar
> and they say they cannot do anything, because this company is the 
> reseller
> and they have the account passwords and stuff.
> I am desperate. I am feeling violated in my rights and 50 persons at my
> office are going to be without email, and my server is going to 
> be down because of this problem with this
> hosting company.
> Thanks a lot in advance.
> Alvaro Cobo

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