Actually, no - but there will be some mail "oddities" during that time - so you should check *both* accounts (old and new) for a period of about 3 days or so to make sure that all the mail that was sent to you was indeed delivered to you.
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Originally posted by jslivko Actually, no - but there will be some mail "oddities" during that time - so you should check *both* accounts (old and new) for a period of about 3 days or so to make sure that all the mail that was sent to you was indeed delivered to you.
If both accounts are up, that is. (incase the old host's account is cancelled).
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I would transfer domain to the new registrar rather than to a new web-host.
anyway, just find a new registrar and start a transfer with simply entering a domain name that you want to transfer to them, into apropriate transfer request form. Then, your new registrar will send your request to your current registrar/webhoster. After that you should recieve from your current webhoster a mail with request and verification link, I suppose. When you accept and approve transfer, it will be completed between your current and future webhoster/registrar.
Choose a webhoster/registrar that provides you full domain control, including a control panel, so you can be a master of your domain (changing your DNSs as you wish) and independent from any webhosting company.