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Michael Newman

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Jan 1, 2020, 6:37:31 PM1/1/20
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Isn’t there someone who is familiar with the code who could have a look and determine under exactly what circumstances this specific error message is generated?

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MGN Google <mike.g...@gmail.com>: Jan 01 06:35AM +0700

It was a dyndns domain. TLD was tv. I switched DDNS providers because the Dyn update client worked so poorly.
 
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Chris Forsythe

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Jan 2, 2020, 9:21:39 AM1/2/20
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We don't have something in the code which says "make everything work except for .rocks". I looked at the code and I haven't found anything on it as of yet. We have a bit of code which does check to see if a domain is valid. If you want to look at it yourself I can send you the link to it, but frankly I've been looking at it for a bit and haven't found anything on it as of yet. I'll keep looking though I did find some emails from 2015 about something similar with a .name domain.

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Michael Newman

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Jan 2, 2020, 6:52:08 PM1/2/20
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Can you just describe how the code checks to see if a domain name is valid? I doubt I would understand the code itself.


On Thursday, January 2, 2020 at 9:21:39 PM UTC+7, Chris Forsythe wrote:
We don't have something in the code which says "make everything work except for .rocks". I looked at the code and I haven't found anything on it as of yet. We have a bit of code which does check to see if a domain is valid. If you want to look at it yourself I can send you the link to it, but frankly I've been looking at it for a bit and haven't found anything on it as of yet. I'll keep looking though I did find some emails from 2015 about something similar with a .name domain.

On Wed, Jan 1, 2020 at 5:37 PM Michael Newman <mike....@gmail.com> wrote:
Isn’t there someone who is familiar with the code who could have a look and determine under exactly what circumstances this specific error message is generated?
On Jan 2, 2020, at 06:23, growld...@googlegroups.com wrote:

MGN Google <mike....@gmail.com>: Jan 01 06:35AM +0700

It was a dyndns domain. TLD was tv. I switched DDNS providers because the Dyn update client worked so poorly.
 
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