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What's .Club?

What's .Club?

Can you please advise what the .club extension has to offer over the .org jobby?

I've subscribed to HW for longer than I can remember, and have never seen .club referred to before.

On a secondary point, I initially tried to post this in the Contact Admin link.  It simply refused to accept my email address in the relevant field.

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Re: What's .Club?

Hi Geoff, The .club extension was purchased because some people were having issues with their anti-virus stating the the .org.uk was a phishing site. This allowed them to bypass the stupid idea of the AV designer of not allowing a user to exempt a site they knew was not phishing.

The contact us page is having some issues with certain email address because we spam people from this server with advertisement notices, at this time BT, Yahoo, hotmail, outlook, live and a few others are effected. Gmail is not as we have agreed that we only send emails to people that put an advert on the site but the others want us to pay for a service to allow us to advertise with their email users.

Signatures are in your profile.
Goto profile in menu on left, then hover over edit near the top of the page, then update profile, select forum tab and enter your message.

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