Re: [Full-disclosure] XP updates breaking dash in domain names?

From: Thierry Zoller (
Date: 03/18/05

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    To: Adam Polkosnik <>

    Dear Adam Polkosnik,

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    I think your issue is with the DNS server you query.

    Thierry Zoller
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