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Re: - exceeded maximum number of queries?

  • From: Jim Popovitch
  • Date: Wed Oct 12 19:04:57 2005
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Erik Sundberg wrote:
Any reason why the would say "You have exceeded your
maximum number of queries.".  Tried it from 3 differnet boxes that have 3
differnent public ip address. Tried the web gui too and I get the same
lookup error. This looks specific to

Is anyone else seeing the same thing????
I, being a bit larger than the average customer of, normally see the same thing if I setup a script to pull current whois data for all the domains I have registered (most on behalf of others). However I just confirmed that I get the same response from multiple locations, so it does look like is having some issues.

"You have exceeded your maximum number of queries."

-Jim P.