Re: Dave Roth's site (Win32::AdminMisc, Win32::ODBC, etc.) not available.
Jim Roberts wrote:
>I'm now suspicious of the DNS server that I've been
>pointing to (It's been going unavailable frequently as well).
Well I examined this last week, and found that the DNS servers
responsible for his domain name, weren't working. So, it's not (just)
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