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Re: NSI Bulletin 098-010 | Update on Whois
- From: Steven J. Sobol
- Date: Wed Sep 02 20:08:44 1998
On Wed, Sep 02, 1998 at 04:50:37PM -0700, Patrick Greenwell wrote:
> On Wed, 2 Sep 1998, Steven J. Sobol wrote:
> > Other than the Verisign promotion I see on the *web page* at the end
> > of a new domain registration, I've never had ANY communication whatsoever
> > from them about Verisign certificates.
> > You'd best believe that if I did, I'd be in Virginia the next day,
> > looking for an NSI executive who needed a couple shoe-prints on his butt. :)
> Got those boots handy?
Why haven't I gotten any of these? There are plenty of domains out there
with my e-mail address on them.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: List Manager <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: ADMIN@LISTS.INTERNIC.NET <ADMIN@LISTS.INTERNIC.NET>
> Date: Tuesday, July 07, 1998 6:33 PM
> Subject: Network Solutions' E-Commerce Update #1
> >Subject: Network Solutions' E-Commerce Update #1
> >Dear Customer,
> >You are a valued customer and we want to help increase and
> >protect the value of your domain name. As a free added
> >benefit of your domain name registration, we would like to
> >send you our "E-Commerce Update" from time to time. In
> >these updates, we will try to identify useful information
> >and news that you can use to enhance the value of your web
> >address. If you do not wish to receive this newsletter in
> >the future, simply respond to this e-mail with the word
> >"remove" in the first line of the message. If you have
> >any questions or comments, please send them to
> >Network Solutions - the world's leading provider of domain
> >name services - together with VeriSign -- the world's
> >leading web security provider -- have published a new
> >informative guide to on-line security, "Securing Your
> >Web Site for Business."
> >"Securing Your Web Site for Business" outlines the options
> >you have to secure and protect your web site. By downloading
> >your free copy (http://www.verisign.com/nsi/whitepaper),
> >you will be able to learn how easy it is to secure your
> >site in order to protect yourself and your customers.
> >Issues covered in "Securing Your Web Site for Business"
> > * Why on-line security problems could slow the growth
> > of your business
> > * How to maximize your on-line security at a low cost
> > * How to accept credit cards and sell products
> > on-line---securely
> > * What a Digital ID is
> > * Why you need a Digital ID
> > * How to obtain a Digital ID for your web site
> >As an additional service to our customers, Network
> >Solutions has also partnered with VeriSign to bring
> >you a special free trial version Secure Server ID.
> >VeriSign Secure Server IDs are the security solution
> >currently used by over 90% of web sites conducting
> >secure online commerce and this free trial will
> >allow you to experience how easy Web site security
> >can be. Please visit us at
> >http://www.verisign.com/nsi/trial to start
> >experiencing the benefits of on-line security today.
> >We would also like to take this opportunity to
> >remind you of the importance of keeping your Network
> >Solutions domain name records up to date. Incorrect
> >data can result in your next invoice being delivered
> >to the wrong location, and may cause delays when you
> >request other services such as a Secure Server Digital
> >ID. To review your domain name records and the
> >associated information go to
> >Thank you for being a Network Solutions' customer.
> >We look forward to serving your future domain name
> Patrick Greenwell (800) 299-1288 v
> Systems Administrator (925) 377-1212 v
> NameSecure (925) 377-1414 f
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