[arin-discuss] Bringing back IP resource Request Templates

Stotyn, Mel mstotyn at enmax.com
Wed Apr 4 14:00:41 EDT 2012

 +1 retain email templates

We like the automatic well-tested SMTP queuing, inherent transaction trail, easy of having any available operator process the thread, ease of forwarding response to our customers, ease of edit-and-resubmit if problems need fixing, more human-readable than XML template.

Mel Stotyn
Senior Operations Specialist
ENMAX Envision Inc.
mstotyn at enmax.com 
Phone: 403 514-3443

-----Original Message-----
From: arin-discuss-bounces at arin.net [mailto:arin-discuss-bounces at arin.net] On Behalf Of Owen DeLong
Sent: Monday, April 02, 2012 12:28 PM
To: arin-discuss List
Subject: [arin-discuss] Bringing back IP resource Request Templates

A while back, ARIN stopped accepting email templates for resource requests.

I believe in the discussions at members meetings prior to this, we were assured that the addition of a web interface would not remove the ability to use templates and I, for one, find templates to be much easier and more convenient than a web interface (especially the current state of ARIN on-line).

Suggestion 2011.21 was submitted as an effort to address this. It is my understanding that 2011.21 has not received any support from the membership. If any of you are interested in having template functionality restored, ARIN needs to know that. If not, likely this suggestion is soon to be closed without any action and templates will forever fade into history.


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