Re: IT problems: accessing my homepage
- Dear Mike,
Willian wrote to me and he too is unable to access the site. This is
really perplexing! I can't believe all of Brazil is unable to visit
my web site. Even more perplexing is that Willian used to link to my
site, so at what point did the interuption in service occur and why?
This sounds a little similar to the problem Rita was having accessing
Alado.net until Andrew helped by changing the way Alado.net was set
up, because Argentina had a block on certain DNS functions.
Andrew, if you're out there, I'd really like to know what you think
about all of this...
To everyone else, thanks for letting me know this problem is only
focused on one country, I appreciate your feedback and the time you
took to visit the site!
All the best,
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Michael Marzio
> Hi Arlyn,as good as ever.
> Rest assured that your site is easy to access in France, and looks
>people out there" to answer your question, since I didn't even know
> And do keep us informed on whether or not you find "any good IT
that such problems could be country-specific. I only thought that
access could be deliberately shut off by government intervention at
the highest levels, such as China has done (still does?) in regard to
>sure he'll find the time to see if he can access your site (Willian -
> I am CC-ing this message to our friend Willian Alves in Brazil. I'm
the URL is http://www.eslhome.com ).
> Best wishes,
> Michael Marzio