Try dyndns.org and/or gandi.net - never had a problem with either.

--Tim

On 10/31/08, Michael Scheidell wrote:
> I need a domain registry who won't spam me every two weeks with crap and
> argue that since I am a client of theirs, its not a violation of
> can-spam laws to spam me and refuse to stop. And, no, I can't change
> the email address because then we won't get REALLY important
> announcements, like someone just tried to re-register my domain.
>
> First spam, maybe (but I always opt out of any 'spam the crap out of me
> because I am stupid enough to buy from you' options).
>
> First spam, maybe, if they provide an opt out link and honor it.
>
> But if they don't provide an opt out link, and if email to
> abuse@domaindirect.com bounces since they obviously are ignorant of the
> RFC's, or as in the case of the previous one(dotster), their WEEKLY SPAM
> got so bad, that AWL, bayes, and reputation filters started to score
> them as spam, that I had to make a choice: whitelist them so that I get
> any emergency, billing, change of dns important emails, or move.
>
> I did.. from one spammy registrar to another one.
>
> So, who do you use? I don't want to have to whitelist them because they
> are in DNS blacklists already, and I don't want them sending me
> 'important offers from our partners that you just can't live without'.
>
> Who?
>
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> Michael Scheidell, CTO
> Phone: 561-999-5000, x 1259
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