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  • Did they tell you what kind of DNS problem they put it on hold for? This is the first time I've heard of a domain being put on hold for some kind of DNS issue, and I'm very curious.
    • The PIR record says "CLIENT HOLD" and I didn't receive any email or any other prior notice about it. If you can find out what "CLIENT HOLD" means I'd be very happy - as I can't find out from their FAQs or anywhere.

      I added a bogus DNS server to the whois records to see if that wouldn't trigger a re-check of it. Still on "hold" though.

      Anyone want to offer me outsourced DNS?
      • CLIENT HOLD is equivalent to the NSI REGISTRAR-HOLD, which usually would indicate that the domain expired. It seems no coincidence that the registry expiration date on the domain is 19-Jan-2005 - the registry expiration date is generally extended by a year even when the domain isn't renewed, to account for redemption periods, grace periods, and all that stuff. I'd check with your registrar about the expiration status of the domain.