I had no idea but in this question I found out I do not own my domain if I use a private registration service http://serverfault.com/questions/82556/domains-and-private-registration-services/ I have ...
Possible Duplicate: hosting your own DNS I just got a dedicated server, and was wondering if I should set up DNS on it or take advantage of my registrar's (GoDaddy) free DNS service? Which ...
There are a few domains I have an eye on. Right now, someone else owns those domains, but doesn't actively use them. Is there a service (if possible provided by one of the major registrar), that I can ...
I normally use godaddy for my domain names but I need to purchase an .it domain and they don't offer that tld. Are there any good European or Italian registrars that are friendly and wont price gouge ...
Let's begin. Are we seated comfortably? Once upon a time, company A registered their domain name with GoDaddy.com, and contracted with another local "web design firm" to handle their web and email ...
I've built out a pet project of mine, and am now looking for a good domain name for it. Arbitrarily doing whois lookups on ideas that pop into my head seems inefficient. What tools do you use when ...
It's been a long time since I've had to register a new domain. What registrar is considered geek and sysadmin friendly? I've heard that godaddy will screw you 10 ways to Sunday, and a lot of the ...
I'm currently using namecheap, but I'd like to start adding ipv6 glue entries to my nameserver records, and they don't seem to support ipv6 glue reliably. What's a good, cheap registrar that supports ...
Possible Duplicate: Who is a good registrar these days? What is your favorite (US) Domain Registrar? While this is not specifically a programming question, I host a good number of websites. ...