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Mal
 
 
-----Original Message-----
From: philip.mutton@freecom.net
To: butysalon@aol.com
CC: charles@knowall.net
Sent: Thu, 22 Mar 2007 3.32PM
Subject: RE: email... [Scanned by Freecom.net]

Hi Mal
 
The dns have been updated as per the email below.
 
kind regards
 
Phil
-----Original Message-----
From: butysalon@aol.com [mailto:butysalon@aol.com]
Sent: 21 March 2007 17:53
To: philip.mutton@freecom.net
Cc: charles@knowall.net
Subject: Re: email... [Scanned by Freecom.net]

Hi Phill
 
Please could you change the dns for buytsalon.co.uk to
 
ns1.bpweb.net   (IP: 83.223.106.17)
ns2.bpweb.net   (IP: 83.223.106.18)
 
Our web server is already configured and a copy of the existing website in place.
 
When the new site is designed and completed we will revert back to your hosting.
 
thanks
 
Mal
Buty salon
 
 
-----Original Message-----
From: philip.mutton@freecom.net
To: butysalon@aol.com
CC: charles@knowall.net
Sent: Wed, 21 Mar 2007 4.49PM
Subject: email...

Dear Mal / Charles
 
I still havent recieved any email from you as yet...
 
kind regards
 
Phil

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