On Dec 13, 2007, at 9:21 AM, Hector Santos wrote:
To me, "Current and Modern" DNS client software takes into account
the idiosyncrasies of the system, including this very common issue.
So if a current/modern DNS client is ignorant of such issues, well,
think what you wish - it will be viewed as "buggy" and if you deal
customer service business, it will be your problem.
I think that depends a lot on your environment. In a lot of
environments, "$OTHERPLACE has their DNS borked in such a way that it
breaks the standards and causes an error" is an acceptable response,
and sufficient to close a problem-report.
Derek J. Balling
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