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Took over the domans here at work

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Msg#: 4439266 posted 6:09 pm on Apr 10, 2012 (gmt 0)

Couple months ago maybe more took over more work. So in the process of trying to get all our domains under 1 email address and one account I discovered we had multiple accounts in domainbyproxy through GD. Wading through the mess I figured the only way I could determine how many was to cancel the domains privacy in the two accounts I was made aware of. I was able to find out we have 50 accounts and got them all under a single account number.

Those that will one day be in my shoes remember when you register a domain be sure and select the same account if you elect to go with a hidden registeration. My guess is the other person was just registering a domain and not even reading some of the steps the only reason I can guess why we got 50 accounts.

Got better things to do than this but at least I have all of the domains consolidated.



Msg#: 4439266 posted 3:27 pm on Apr 11, 2012 (gmt 0)

yes, that is true. it also makes it easier to manage. for new domains I always go for <snip> and then always indicate the same account as for all my other domains.

[edited by: buckworks at 1:02 pm (utc) on Apr 12, 2012]
[edit reason] No URL drops, please. [/edit]

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