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RE: [seul-edu] .edu .net .org .com
Even though we are a publicly-funded school here at DATC, our 'net connects
to Utah's state backbone, so our suffix is *.ut.us, as are all the public
schools here ( The convention is <schoolname>.k12.ut.us or something like
that) However, our state education network, UEN, goes by uen.org. Only the
universities (weber.edu, utah.edu, and byu.edu) use the .edu suffix.
If you're a non-profit organization (I assume so by the fact that you
mentioned you're a parochial school...) *.org will do just fine. If the name
is already taken in .org, then go for .net
> -----Original Message-----
> From: email@example.com [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]On Behalf
> Dear Seul Folks:
> The elementary (parochial) school where I work has decided to
> acquire a domain
> name. I contacted our ISP, and they said they were not allowed
> to give out a
> .edu domain name. I logged on to the Internic site
> (networksolutions.com) and
> read that .edu is only for universities.
> I am curious as to what you people recommend. To use .com seems
> to imply a
> commercial orientation. What do other private elementary schools
> use? .org
> .net ???
> Thanks for all your help on past issues!