You know, Mr Gullichsen, you can answer every complaint you get with
"why didn't you tell us this before!", but it's not fooling anyone.
I don't answer every complaint with that reply, nor did I answer your
complaint in that manner. What I did was to bring to your attention
Tonic's published antispam policy, and to request that if you were
having problems with SPAM involving any .TO domain names, that you inform
us as to what those names are, so we can deal with them in accordance
with our policy.
So why was the Consulate's web page changed from an advertisement for
a software company to something having to do with the Kingdom of Tonga
in the past couple of hours?
We recently moved a number of servers to a colocated facility
for improved bandwidth. The mail POP for the Consulate was one of these,
and now runs on a machine supporting a number of virtual IP addresses.
There is no web page for the Consulate, and as a result of the fact that
there was no explicit VirtualHost directive for sfconsulate.gov.to
in the Apache config file, web accesses defaulted to another
virtual IP on the same machine, which is that of a software company.
As a result of your discovering this, I recently added a VirtualHost
directive so that accesses to port 80 on the sfconsulate.gov.to IP address
return the Tonga Visitor's Bureau home page, www.vacations.tvb.gov.to
Thank you for pointing this out.
You may note that the Tonga Visitor's Bureau home page also
prominently features an advertisement for Tonic.
This is intentional.
- Eric Gullichsen
Kingdom of Tonga Network Information Center