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I have a lot of domain names at different registrars. I often work with these domains and change the information on them such as nameservers and contact details.

Often times I need to check what the details on the domain names are and I use different websites to do that.

For example for nameserver check and overal heath of the domain I use http://intodns.com or http://dnssy.com/

For the contact information etc I use http://whois.net or some other ransom tool I can find.

Now I am looking for a place where I can register, and add all the domain names I own, and can click on them and view the whois information and the dns details etc.

My domain names are spread over different registrars, and different hosting companies.

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I'm working on a startup called RoboDomain which aims to solve exactly this problem. Please give it a try and let me know if it works for you: www.robodomain.com

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Nice service man, great interface also. –  Saif Bechan Sep 12 '10 at 3:14
    
Thanks Saif. Feel free to contact me if you have any feedback. –  Simone Carletti Sep 13 '10 at 7:52
    
Hi, I have been using your service for over a year now for all my domains. Works really great, the website has a nice and stable feel to it, and the options are great. I am pleased. Only problem I am facing is that I get no info for .nl (Netherlands) domain names. Any chance this could be implemented? Even without it, great work! –  Saif Bechan Oct 22 '11 at 6:53
    
Hi @SaifBechan. Thanks for your comment. I encourage you to open a ticket at support.robodomain.com or send an email to support@robodomain.com –  Simone Carletti Oct 22 '11 at 13:25
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