Transfering From Godaddy

Turn off “private registration” if it’s enabled GoDaddy offers an optional service they call “private registration” that makes them the owner of a domain name instead of you. GoDaddy will reject the transfer of any domain name that has “private registration” enabled. If you’re not sure whether you have a private registration, view the WHOIS records for your domain name and see if the contact e-mail addresses end with “domainsbyproxy.com”. If so, you have a private registration, and you’ll need to disable it to transfer your domain name. To disable a GoDaddy private registration: Go to the Domains by Proxy
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Categories: Domains.

Steps to Updating the Domain Name Servers Registered With Godaddy

Steps to Updating the Domain Name Servers Registered With Godaddy To point you domain name to your hosting account: Log into your GoDaddy acct Under “My Products” select Domain Manager Select the Domain Name you associated with your VPS hosting account Click on the “Name Servers” icon (looks like a stack of coins) Choose option “I host my domains with another provider” Enter Name Server 1 – NS1.SPAREPAGES.COM Enter Name Server 2 – NS2.SPAREPAGES.COM Click “OK”
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Categories: Domains.

Transfering Domain – How do I Transfer My Domain From Another Registrar?

Make sure your domain name is ready to transfer After you sign up with us, you’ll need to approve the transfer. You will receive an email asking you to approve the transfer as well as provide a transfer code. How we handle Web hosting transfers Customers who transfer their Web hosting service to our company are understandably often concerned that we’ll make changes to their existing service before they’re ready to switch. We know that it might take some time to configure your Web site and e-mail on our servers, so we never make DNS changes to “point” your Web
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Categories: Domains.