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    Domain Move?

    Hello,

    Can anyone recommend me somewhere to move my domains, they are currently at godaddy and i want to move them away from there.

    Rich

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    Namecheap.... and they currently have an discount offer $4.99 for transfers


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    Are you just looking for another place to park them?
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    Need somewhere like godaddy with DNS management too so i can point to googlemail

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    Namecheap control panels allows you to automatically configure it.

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    +1 for NameCheap

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    Quote Originally Posted by lilrichieh View Post
    Need somewhere like godaddy with DNS management too so i can point to googlemail
    I see,

    Perhaps you should check on NameCheap as advised by the majority here.
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    Problem is 2 of the 3 domains i want to move have Domain by Proxy and i don't have the login

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    Quote Originally Posted by lilrichieh View Post
    Problem is 2 of the 3 domains i want to move have Domain by Proxy and i don't have the login
    Who has the login ?

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    Please read this thread... http://www.webhostingtalk.com/showthread.php?t=1034914

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    You know, there are many Registrars available in the Market..
    You can do a search via Google, compare them and then choose the best one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by lilrichieh View Post
    Need somewhere like godaddy with DNS management too so i can point to googlemail
    Most of domain name registrars will be able to do that. And cheaper is not always better

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    Since nobody else has mentioned Internet.bs, yet, I will.

    The prices are good, and there's free whois privacy, if you want it.

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    There are many hosting companies, which provide good quality service. You can search it for Google. Once you found the hosting company, you can just ask your new hosting company to transfer your domain from Godaddy.


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    Last edited by bear; 04-11-2011 at 08:32 AM.

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    I wouldn't transfer my domain name to my webhost, ever. Leave it where it is and point it to your hosts servers is much safer.
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