To make troubleshooting easier, generic error messages such as “Unable to update” should not be used.
Code indicates a successful update but the IP address or other settings have not changed.
The only acceptable situation where this allowed is during client initialization when the host has already been set to the same IP address.
Users may also be given the option to “force” an update.
This can be used to verify the authentication credentials and the current IP address.
Some are truly genuine and looking for something or someone they cannot seem to meet in the "real world".
heed this advice,, this is just a way to meet new people, not a fail safe method of doing so,, Internet dating is difficult because most are dating, and still looking, not giving what 'could have been' or 'might be' the chance it might deserve, everyone seems to be looking for that greener pasture..........sooo, not the place to really be serious about finding anyone.that's my take anyway.......In the real world I'm sure people see each other first before making contact, so logically there would seem there is no reason not to do the same here.I don't know about you, but I've never been asked out from a cold Anyhoo I imagine people think because we're able to tell someone about ourselves before we even engage in conversation with them, we expect people to go against what every species on earth which must copulate in order to reproduce has done for millions of years and not be concerned about seeing what someone looks like first.somehow I think that's a bit incoherent.Specifying an MX of NOCHG will cause the existing MX setting to be preserved in whatever state it was previously updated.Requests the MX in the previous parameter to be set up as a backup MX by listing the host itself as an MX with a lower preference value.When updating a hostname, the response to the update syntax will be one of the return codes.