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Is it possible to transfer a country code domain from one domain provider to another and that one transferred to does not sell that country code domain (in this case .DK)?

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Typically not, but you'd be better asking them rather than us - because they'll know you see.

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As I told you in the other question, this is absolutely not possible. Registrars do a whole lot more for you than simply take your money.

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That's not correct. Some registrars are able to accept transfers for domains they cannot sell directly. – John Gardeniers Oct 20 '10 at 2:53
True. He was asking earlier about domains that registrars did not support at all. – Paul McMillan Oct 20 '10 at 2:58

In the case of .dk domains it is impossible as DK-Hostmaster controls and manages them all.

You can purchase a .dk domain from a normal registrar but from the 2nd year onward you are billed directly by DK-Hostmaster.

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