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[nc-whois] Fw: [nc-impwhois] mail delivery statistics

Fellow TF members.....

this re-emphacizes the points made earlier re: time frame

15 days is just not practical  as i have stated before

ken stubbs

----- Original Message -----
From: "Rick Wesson" <wessorh@ar.com>
To: <nc-impwhois@dnso.org>
Cc: <rick@ar.com>
Sent: Thursday, January 30, 2003 3:51 AM
Subject: [nc-impwhois] mail delivery statistics

> Atached is a document from the IPC (International Postal Corporation)
> which measures postal delivery and quality of service in europe.
> In shore it takes 10 days to reliably (99.9) transmit a letter between 18
> countries in europe.
> The 15 day rule that we have talked about does not extrapoloate globally
> especially between underdeveloped countries. Also if we acknoloege that it
> could take up to 10 days for a mail piece to transit the postal mail
> pipeline in europe thus only giving the registrant 5 days to recieve and
> contact the registrar the mail with a 0% margin of error for the
> registrar.
> I believe that these statistics clearly indicate a 15 day window of
> oppertunity is too limited as a policy for global mail deliverly as it is
> expected to take longer than 15 days to reliably (99.9%) for a mail piece
> to transit the international mail pipeline for undeveloped countries.
> I am working on finding other credible sources of postal mail delivery,
> when I find them I will post them to this group.
> best,
> -rick


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