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yesterdays sales

Discussion in 'Netfleet.com.au' started by findtim, Apr 28, 2012.

  1. findtim

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    hi, newbie question, how do you see yesterdays sales and non sales?

    i can see them for what seems like 1.30 - 2pm and then it all goes to tommorows list.

    can someone point me to that "button"

    tim
     
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  3. findtim

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    thanks heaps

    tim
     
  4. helloworld

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    therugbyleague sold for a tenner , nice one.
     
  5. findtim

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    i looked at that rugby domain, i thought it might bring more trouble then good so i stayed away.

    any thoughts on that?

    tim
     
  6. helloworld

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    Well, rugby league in an international game. If you registered NRL derivative you would be in trouble. I'd love to own that domain
     
  7. findtim

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    ok, but its still the .com.au would that not cause a concern?

    you'd love to own it ! then how did you miss it?

    tim