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[Micronet] Who to Contact on Website Retirement

Charles James
Hi, Micronetters: I have a customer who has been trying for long period of time to get a webpage for their unit retired and the URL redirected to the new website, does anyone know of a point of contact to get this work done? I have tried to find at least an email address but failed. - Charles
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Re: [Micronet] Who to Contact on Website Retirement

Tom Holub
If you want to keep the DNS name pointed where it is now, the owner of the current server would have to put in a redirect. Otherwise, mail hostmaster@nic to point the DNS name at a different server.

On Tue, Mar 26, 2013 at 7:19 AM, Charles James <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi, Micronetters: I have a customer who has been trying for long period of time to get a webpage for their unit retired and the URL redirected to the new website, does anyone know of a point of contact to get this work done? I have tried to find at least an email address but failed. - Charles
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Re: [Micronet] Who to Contact on Website Retirement

Beth Muramoto
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Charles, 

Contact [hidden email] for this.

Beth

On Tue, Mar 26, 2013 at 7:19 AM, Charles James <[hidden email]> wrote:
Hi, Micronetters: I have a customer who has been trying for long period of time to get a webpage for their unit retired and the URL redirected to the new website, does anyone know of a point of contact to get this work done? I have tried to find at least an email address but failed. - Charles
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IST - Administrative Solutions Group
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