rcomp.co.uk falls off the netBy Chris Williams. Published: 20th Aug 2003, 20:22:05 | Permalink | Printable
Let's hope it had a parachuteTouch some wood, rub your lucky coin and say a prayer for rcomp.co.uk. Software publisher R-Comp are currently blaming Nominet and their domain provider for the unexpected disappearance of their domain name.
R-Comp emailed us earlier today to say they're trying to find out how this mess occurred and that rcomp.co.uk should be back with us in time for the weekend - but only if we think happy thoughts, we would imagine.
In the mean time, you can email R-Comp or visit their webpages via the rcomp.demon.co.uk domain.
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