This often happens when using printed media to publicize the URL, when the
user is supposed to key it in.
I find we have to be very specific on the URL (Best to make it look like a
"typical url. ie. include www.) Even when writing "accessible by i-mode and
j-sky" users still tend to be confused by a short url as the /i/ is typical
As more companies start using the shorter .JP domain specially for mobile
users I expect this issue will decline.
In short, do not advertise a /i/ or /j/ but make them anyway with a
PS. Last week I found some people where looking for /wap/ and /vml/
directories in one of our servers, I guess they are looking at the wrong
Vincent J. Luna, Director
JAPON.NET llc.: Making Your Company Visible in Japan
iMode Eye: Independent Source on Japan's mBiz
on 01.11.17 3:19 PM, Kyle Barrow at kyle_at_X-9.com wrote:
> I have been looking through some of our server logs and noticed a large
> number of errors connecting to the /i directory. We have always
> delivered platform specific content dynamically so have never had to
> resort to /i to differentiate i-mode content but it looks like we will
> have to create one all the same.
> Anyone else has similar experiences?
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Received on Sat Nov 17 11:16:08 2001