Fergal Daly said:
> >I would hope this wouldn't be allowed; old resolvers have/had a bug
> >whereby if your local domain was set to e.g. "dublin.blah.ie", and you
> >tried to resolve "netscape.com", the resolver would search:
>> The Australians seem happy enough with .com.au so it can't be much of a
Well it *is* obsolete behaviour -- although NT 4 does it (in fact, judging
by the discoverer's domain, I think this was probably discovered with a
.com.au domain. ;)
I would imagine the .au registrars either:
* didn't know about this, or
* said "ah that's obsolete behaviour don't worry about it"
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