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That's what has happened to me, and I'll tell you all I know about the web pirates who are threatening my livelihood, and how to check Gmail to ensure it can't I also contacted my web host,

It seems it expired without my knowledge. I got anxious. On November 20th 2007 I left the UK to spend a month in India. Register Help Remember Me? over here

I was in a net cafe in Goa and read some worrying emails from friends. I'd not be checking email much during the next month — only to keep in touch with family. Kind regards, David" I found it hard to believe that I'd let my domain name expire, but thought it a good idea to send an email nonetheless. Before leaving, I published a brief post to say I'd be away and that the blog would be quiet in my absence.

It came from one supposed Peyam Irvani, telling me the following: "Hello, please send me your high offer! Advanced Search

Everything was fine until just a few days before we were to return to the UK. So not a massive amount. The only thing I could think of was that somehow the domain name had expired without any notification or warning, and a poacher had snapped it up before I could renew. So I ran a WHOIS check on the domain, hoping to find an email address for the new owner.

All my clients were informed, bills paid, etc., and off we went for an adventure. My website had disappeared and my domain name was redirecting to a site I'd never heard of — bebu.net. What if you also discovered that this happened due to a Google security infection that can affect any Gmail user? The search yielded this email address: [email protected] and here's the email I sent: "Hello, please can I purchase my old domain name from you.

We arrived in Mumbai on November 21st, and on the journey from the airport to the Colaba district, was punched in the face through the open window of my taxi, but http://pressf1.pcworld.co.nz/showthread.php?138404-HJT-Log-if-someone-(Speedy-my-main-man-!)-could-have-a-look-please My site had been attracting more than 2,000 unique daily visits. This was a break from work and computers. But for a one-man business, 700,000+ annual visitors can generate a decent amount of new clients.

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