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Domain Transfer – Get Authorization Code via Download

Some domain name registries require authorization codes for transfers, but we cannot send them via email. If this rare exception occurs, you can create and download a file that contains the authorization code. See Download Exportable Lists in the Domain Manager for more information.

  1. Log in to your Account Manager.
  2. Next to Domains, click Manage.
  3. Select your domains. From the More menu, select Export List.
  4. Name your list. Then, for Select list type, select All My Domains.
  5. Click Next.
  6. Select your data columns, including Authorization Codes, and then click Next.
  7. Do the following, and then click Finish:
    • Select file type — Select the type of file you want to export: CSV (Comma Separated Values) or XML (Extensible Markup Language).
    • Select Compression — Select GZ to create the file in compressed format. Otherwise, select None.

Next Step

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Domain Registration – Business Registration FAQ

 

Domain Registration – How does Business Domain Registration affect Private Domain Registration?

Business Domain Registration works in conjunction with Private Domain Registration (also known as privacy) to keep your personal information private while promoting your business.

Private Domain Registration shields your personal contact information, which is separate from your Business Domain Registration information. Business Domain Registration contains only the information you want to make public, such as business hours, office phone numbers, and fax numbers.

If you want to have both types of registration, you must purchase them separately.

Can I have an Online Business Card and website for the same domain name?

No. A domain name can only host one website at a time. An Online Business Card is a mini website. If you activate an Online Business Card, visitors cannot navigate to your domain name’s existing website. For that reason, we recommend that you do not activate an Online Business Card for a domain name that already has an active website.

 

What is an Online Business Card?

In your domain name’s Business Registration account, you can create a one-page website for your business with our Online Business Card template.

Why isn’t my Online Business Card active yet?

If you created your Online Business Card more than 24 hours ago and it is not yet active, your nameservers might have be incorrect or you might have set your domain name to forward. Verify that your nameservers are pointed to our parking nameservers and that the domain name is not forwarded.

What is the Whois domain database?

The Whois database is an online repository of information associated with registered domain names. It stores and publicly displays domain name information, such creation and expiration dates, the registrar of record, and its various contacts (registrant, billing, administrative, and technical).

When you register a domain name, we collect this information, per the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) regulations for domain name registrars. The information in the Whois database is available to anyone who does a Whois search for a particular domain name. You must enter valid information in your account. If you do not, you risk losing your domain name registration.

For information on keeping your contact information private, see Add Private Registration .

For information about adding a Whois entry for your business, see Managing Your Business Registration Profile.

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Cheap Private Registration FAQ – Domain Registration

What is the difference between public and private domain registration?

Domain Registration – Per our registrar agreement with the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN), the contact and registrant information listed for your domain name must be made public. Using false information is a violation and can lead to the termination of your domain name registration.

We understand most people do not want their personal contact information (name, address, email address, and phone number) made public in the Whois database. That’s why we have offered Private Registration services since 2002.

When you purchase Private Registration services, the Whois database lists a generic name, mailing address, and phone number instead of your personal contact information.

we also create a private unique email address for your domain name — you decide to have any arriving email forwarded, filtered for spam, or not forwarded at all.

Although the listed registrant of your domain name is generic on the Whois database, you retain FULL CONTROL over your domain name. You can:

  • Cancel, sell, or renew your domain name
  • Control the content for your website
  • Set the nameservers for your domain name
  • Update your underlying domain name contact information
  • Resolve any and all disputes involving your domain name

Private Domain Registration provides a variety of benefits! It helps you:

  • Protect your identity
  • Stop domain name-related spam
  • Thwart harassers and stalkers
  • End data mining
  • Maintain personal and family privacy
  • Prevent your domain from being hijacked
  • Shield legitimate entrepreneurial business endeavors
  • Voice political and other First Amendment speech

We do not allow you to use our private domain name services for spamming, violating the law, or engaging in morally objectionable activities. Violating these policies will result in service cancellation.

Can I request a Premium Extended Validation (EV) SSL certificate for a private domain?

Yes, you can request an Extended Validation (EV) SSL certificate for a privately-registered domain name. We need to verify that you control the domain you intend to secure, and EV certificates have strict verification guidelines.

To verify that you control the domain, you must respond to emails sent to the Registrant or Administrative contacts listed in a Whois search for the domain name. Because private registration services block personal email addresses from displaying, many registrars let users forward email received by the proxy address. After you set up email forwarding, contact us to resend the email.

If you have private registration, see Set Email Forwarding for Domains with Privacy to set up email forwarding in your account.

If you cannot configure email forwarding, or you are unable to verify using this method, you must submit a Verified Legal Opinion or a CPA letter indicating your exclusive right to use the domain name on the Internet. See Request an SSL certificate for more information.

You might also need to perform a practical demonstration, such as modifying the domain’s zone file or creating a Web page with a designated code.

How does Business Registration affect Private Registration?

Business Registration works in conjunction with Private Registration (also known as privacy) to keep your personal information private while promoting your business.

Private Registration shields your personal contact information, which is separate from your Business Registration information. Business Registration contains only the information you want to make public, such as business hours, office phone numbers, and fax numbers.

If you want to have both types of registration, you must purchase them separately.

Why do expiring domain names have private Whois contact information?

Our system hides your contact information during your domain name’s expiration period to protect you from harassment. Here’s how the private contact information displays in the Whois database:

Registrant Admin & Technical
c/o Wild West Domains
14455 N. Hayden Road, Suite 219
Scottsdale, AZ 85260
United States
Wild West Domains Redemption Services Support@WildWestDomains.com
14455 N. Hayden Road, Suite 219
Scottsdale, AZ 85260
United States
+1.480.505.8877

Things you should know:

  • If the private contact information already displays for a domain name during expiration, we won’t change it.
  • If you want to transfer the domain name away from us during the auto-renew grace period, we will automatically revert the private contact information to your original registrant information when you request the authorization code.
  • We can revert private Whois information back to your original registrant information at any time.

At this time, we cannot make all expiring TLDs private. We are working to provide this service for all TLDs in the future.

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Cancel Private Registration – Domain Registration Service

When you cancel Private Domain Registration, your personal information, including your name, mailing address, email address, and phone number, displays publicly in the Whois database.

Private Registration fees are non-refundable if you cancel your service, and cancellations are irreversible. If you cancel the domain itself, Private Registration is automatically removed. Additionally, you can’t transfer private registration from one domain to another.

To cancel Private Registration

How you cancel Private Registration will depend on the view of your account

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Forwarded Emails and Private Domain Registration

Respond to Forwarded Emails
Protect yourself from spam, scams, and prying eyes.

Private Domain Registration creates a unique email address for each domain name. When someone sends a message to the email address that Private Registration creates for you, that email is routed according to the forwarding preference you set for your account. You can set your account to forward your email without filtering it, filter it for spam and then forward it, or not forward it at all.

For security purposes, messages are forwarded from a “do not reply” email address. Therefore, you cannot reply directly to forwarded messages. If you attempt to send a reply to a forwarded message, you’ll receive an error message. This security measure ensures the privacy of your personal email address and prevents you from mistakenly exposing it.

To respond to a forwarded message, you must compose a new email message in the email account of your choice. You can find the sender’s email address in the subject line of the forwarded email message.

If you send a new email message, you willingly expose your personal email address to the recipient.

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Adding Private Domain Registration to Backordered Domain Names

If you placed a domain name backorder and do not want your personal information listed in the Whois database (domain registration) if we capture and register the domain name for you, you can add Private Domain Registration to the backorder for an additional fee.

If your backorder with privacy is unsuccessful, you can apply the Private Domain Registration to any other backorder.

  1. Log in to your LuckyRegister – Cheap Domain Registration, Domain Hosting Services – account.
  2. Next to Domains, click Manage.
  3. From the Buy/Sell menu, select Backorders and Monitoring.
  4. Select the domain names you want to modify.
  5. Click Privacy. The Update Privacy Option for Backordered Domain window displays.

    If you do not have available Private backorder credits, click Buy Credit. In the Domain Backorders section, for Select Quantity, enter the number of credits you want to purchase. For Backorder type, select Private Registration, and then click Add to Cart. Complete the checkout process, and then go back to the Domain Manager to continue.

  6. For Backorder type, select Private.
  7. Select I have read and agree to … , and then click Next. Your private Domain backorder displays on the Backorders and Monitoring page of the Domain Manager.

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Domain Registration – About .ca Domains

Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA) is the registry for .ca domain names.

Restrictions

Domain registration can be up to 63 characters, and can contain letters (a to z), numbers (0 to 9), and hyphens (except as the first or last characters of the domain name). You cannot register domain names with special characters such as & and #.

Features Availability
Registration length 1 – 10 years
Renewal length 1 – 10 years
Transfers to ✓ (See below section on Transfer Exceptions)
Transfers away ✓ (See below section on Transfer Exceptions)
Private Registration ✓ (See below section on Private and Protected Registration)
Protected Registration ✓ (See below section on Private and Protected Registration)
Backorders
Bulk Registration
Account change
Contact updates ✓ (Please contact support)
IDN Characters é, ë, ê, è, â, à, æ, ô, œ, ù, û, ü, ç, î, ï and ÿ

CIRA periodically audits domain names to ensure they conform to eligibility requirements. If CIRA cannot confirm the new registrant’s eligibility status, CIRA might request information from you to prove your eligibility. You must send them the requested information within the specified time frame to avoid deactivation of your .ca domain names.

Who can register .ca domains?

See Registering a .CA domain for details about who can register .ca domains and how.

Transfer Exceptions
  • When a domain transfer takes place, it must be initiated for every variant (IDN) of that .ca domain name. If all variants are not transferred, the transfer will fail.
  • On the Pending Transfers page in the Domain Manager, your administrative contact’s email address displays as nocontactsfound@secureserver.net because we cannot access your Whois contact information.
  • We normally send the transaction IDs to the administrative contact’s email address. For .ca transfers, we send them to the email address on file in your account with us.
  • Transfers normally take five to seven days from the time you authorize them. However, a .ca transfer goes through immediately after you enter the transaction ID, security code, and authorization code, and then click Finish.

If the domain name expired, you have 30 days from the expiration date to transfer it to us. To transfer a .ca domain name to us within that 30-day expiration grace period, contact our Support department for assistance.

Private and Protected Registration

CIRA automatically applies its own private registration to new .ca domain names. Specifically, CIRA limits the personal information that displays in the Whois database for the following legal types:

  • Canadian citizens
  • Permanent residents
  • Legal representatives
  • Aboriginal persons

If you registered a .ca domain name as an individual registrant, you can contact our support department to cancel or re-add private registration.

Renewals

CIRA automatically renews .ca domain names on their expiration dates. If you do not pay for the renewal within 42 days of the expiration date, you can attempt to recover your .ca domain name, and there might be a fee to do so. See Recovering Expired Domain Names for instructions.

Nameserver requirements

You can have a maximum of six nameservers per .ca domain name, and each must have a unique IP address.

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Domain Registration – Nameserver Rules for .IT Domains

Nameserver requirements

Nameserver features Details
IPv4 Supported
IPv6 Not supported
DNSSEC Not supported
Minimum # of nameservers 2
Maximum # of nameservers 6

All .it domain names must have two to six authoritative nameservers. Before you register or update the domain name, you must list all of these nameservers – including any 3rd party nameservers – in its zone file. Additionally, all IP addresses on the nameservers created do need to be unique IP addresses. If all nameservers are not listed, the domain name will fail the registry check.

If you want to register a .it domain name with us and use our nameservers, we handle this process for you.

If you want to use your own nameservers, you must set them up before you register or update the domain name. You must also ensure that they are resolving properly before you assign them to the domain name in our system.

TIP: You can use a DNS validation tool to ensure that your nameservers are resolving properly. If you do not have a preferred DNS validator, you can use any search engine to find one.

For example, if you want to register coolexample.com.it and use the nameserversns1.coolexample.it and ns2.coolexample.it, then you must list those nameservers in the domain name’s zone file.

After you set up your nameservers and register or update your domain name, use the instructions in Change nameservers for my domains to set the nameservers in our system. Then, the Registro.it registry must approve or reject them, which can take up to five business days.

Domains are not activated until the domain’s nameservers are successfully checked by the registry.

Nameservers for a .IT domain registration must be correctly configured before the registration request succeeds, otherwise registration will fail. Please check that the following requirements are met:

  • There must be at least 2 authoritative nameservers for the domain name, and they must correspond exactly to those found in the registration of the domain name
  • The IP addresses of hosts in the registration of the domain name must correspond to those actually associated with them in the DNS
  • The domain name cannot be associated with a CNAME record
  • The name of the nameserver specified in the SOA record for the domain name cannot be a CNAME
  • The names of the authoritative nameservers for the domain name cannot be CNAMEs
  • If there is an MX registration it cannot be associated with a CNAME
  • All hosts in the registration must be authoritative for the domain name registered

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About Country Code Top-Level Domains (ccTLD) & Top-level domains (TLD)

What Are Country Code Top-Level Domains (ccTLD)?

Country-code TLDs (ccTLDs) represent specific geographic locations.

Domain registration example: .mx represents Mexico and .eu represents the European Union. Some ccTLDs have residency restrictions. For example, .eu requires registrants to live or be located in a country belonging to the European Union. Other ccTLDs, like the ccTLD .it representing Italy, allow anyone to register them, but require a trustee service if the registrant is not located in a specified country or region. Finally, there are ccTLDs that can be registered by anyone — .co representing Colombia, for example, has no residency requirements at all.

What Are Top-level domains (TLD)?

A top-level domain (TLD) is the part of the domain name located to the right of the dot (” . “). The most common TLDs are .com, .net, and .org. Some others are .biz, .info, and .ws. These common TLDs all have certain guidelines, but are generally available to any registrant, anywhere in the world.

There are also restricted top-level domains (rTLDs), like .aero, .biz, .edu, .mil, .museum, .name, and .pro, that require the registrant to represent a certain type of entity, or to belong to a certain community. For example, the .name TLD is reserved for individuals, and .edu is reserved for educational entities.

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