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Re: Sitefinder II, the sequel...
- From: Gerry Boudreaux
- Date: Mon Jul 10 22:01:11 2006
On Jul 10, 2006, at 10:47 AM, David Ulevitch wrote:
On Jul 10, 2006, at 6:44 AM, Gerry Boudreaux wrote:
For those who have not yet seen this:
They will 'correct' your spelling mistakes for you.
I'm happy to answer any and all questions off-list but I want to
point out one aspect that hasn't quite been messaged correctly. A
big point being missed is the addition of "if you want."
We have written this as a recursive dns service that can do
different things to different IPs. You quote from our FAQ but you
leave out the cluefull parts of the FAQ so this is one that's
How do I turn off phishing protection or typo correction?
If you want to use OpenDNS but do not want phishing protection
and/or typo correction, you may ask us to disable that protection
Currently, setting these preferences requires an OpenDNS team
member. In the future, you may manage this preference yourself,
if registered. Registration will be free, and not required to use
the service. This preference will be offered first for members
with a static IP address, and then for those with dynamic IP
So if you want standard NXDOMAIN, that's fine. Happy to do it.
Different strokes for different folks. That's the whole idea.
We're not new at this, or looking to make a quick buck by annoying
you with ads. I recommend giving it a try and letting me know your
thoughts. The idea of both building an intelligent recursive dns
server and a recursive DNS service are both a long time in the
making and make a lot of sense. Perhaps we can work on our
messaging to more technical audiences. :-)
I stand corrected. After reading further, it does appear to provide a
useful service that many will find meets/exceeds their needs..