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    BBWROMANCE.com is a rather innocuous dating site for us overweight folks. Granted the home page pic may be not in the best taste, but I've been with them for years. I want to connect. PLEASE! I've written to "Contact Administrator" over a week ago, and no response.... come on now...
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    It sounds like you are not keeping your IP address updated. Otherwise Contact Administrator would mean contacting yourself (assuming you are the administrator of your network).
    • CommentAuthorrotblitz
    • CommentTimeJun 2nd 2012 edited
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    You are mixing up two things:

    1. This site may be wrongly categorized. You can flag it for review.
    http://domain.opendns.com/bbwromance.com
    Or open a support ticket: https://dashboard.opendns.com/support/
    The appropriate category may be "Dating" here.

    2. "Contact Administrator" - aren't you your own network administratior, and haven't you setup OpenDNS for you?
    If you are your own network administrator, go to your settings and add the site to the "never block" list.
    Whatever, OpenDNS is not your administrator, nor is it we, users like you. No reason to complain here. OpenDNS does not block any sites, it's your network admin whoever this is.
    • CommentAuthorzelus
    • CommentTimeJun 2nd 2012 edited
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    I have revised the tags for the domain: http://domain.opendns.com/bbwromance.com

    maddison1700, your network is not currently registered so it looks like you're using OpenDNS FamilyShield on your network - there is no actual network administrator for you to contact electronically. Please consult the actual network administrator of your network directly or consult the other users on your network.

    Also, please flush your web browser caches; after doing so you should have access to the domain since it doesn't go against OpenDNS FamilyShield filtering settings any longer: http://www.opendns.com/support/article/67
    Thankful People: rotblitz, rtrappman

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