If having an @ in a hostname isn't illegal, it ought to be. I can't be
bothered to start searching the RFCs for you, but I fail to see how it
can be legal since it would make email address parsing pretty much
impossible; possibly URLs as well. Try cathyatalfa.alfanet.com or
cathy-at-alfa.alfanet.com, though the atalfa/at-alfa seems pretty
redundant given the rest of the domain.
--- Chad Brown <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
is your hostname really "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"?
type "hostname" in a shell.
Mon May 1 00:48:28 2006] [alert] mod_unique_id:
unable to gethostbyname("[EMAIL PROTECTED]")
dharam paul wrote:
Yes, it is. But the machine is meant only for local
intranet. Am I wrng to give this name?
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