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To transfer the domain name to ProExe you need to follow the procedure below: 1. Contact your current domain name provider and ask them to unlock the domain name and ask them to approve the transfer request on receipt. 2. Contact ProExe, and inform us of ...
To transfer your .me.uk, .org.uk or .co.uk domain name to ProExe you need to follow the procedure below: 1. Contact your current domain name provider and ask them to change the IPS Tag on the domain to LIVEDOMAINS 2. Inform ProExe of the impendin...
Yes. You can transfer any domain names you own to ProExe.
Bulk transfers are not available at present. Until such time as this feature becomes available, please submit each request individually. .uk customers can transfer bulk domain names by asking their domain name provder to change the IPS tag to one used by ...
Primary Name Server: dns1.proexe.net Primary IP: 212.69.220.64 Secondary Name Server: dns2.proexe.net Secondary IP: 212.69.221.64 What are nameservers (DNS)? Nameservers are used to provide information about your domain name to other users on the the I...
No. If you are transferring a .co.uk domain, you have the option to put your domain on the ProExe nameservers if you wish to do so. Primary Name Server:     dns1.proexe.net Secondary Name Server: dns2.proexe.net
There are various procedures to follow depending on what type of domain name you wish to transfer out: For .uk domains, inform us of the new IPSTAG. For .com, .net domains you need to request the Registrar, to whom you wish to transfer the domain, to star...
The transfer process varies in the amount of time it takes depending on the type of domain. If you have a .uk domain name already on one the ProExe tags, then the transfer process should take less than 24 hours.If you have a .com domain, the transfer proc...
ProExe provides a free domain transfer service. During the domain transfer process you may incur transfer fees from your current domain name provider and registry renewal fees.
You need to do a 'whois' lookup on your domain name. Visit www.allwhois.com/ to perform this search. This will confirm that the domain is registered to you and who the administration contact is for that domain name. If the administration contact is not yo...
If you wish to transfer a domain name, the administration contact needs to confirm the transfer. It is therefore imperative that you have the correct details. If the administration contact is incorrect or fails to respond, the transfer cannot proceed. Thi...
Yes. The following reasons below would prevent you from transferring your domain names to ProExe: For non-uk domains: If the domain is less than 60 days old. If the domain is less than 14 days away from expiry. You would need to renew this with the curren...
Modifications to existing zones will be made immediately but, due to cacheing issues, may take a while to take effect; the existing records will have to expire from previously cached responses and this can take a few hours. Any new domains (zones) that ar...
Otherwise known as a domain name server (DNS), nameservers are the magic behind the internet. Without them we'd have to remember long numbers (longer than phone numbers!) in order to send mail, surf the web etc. Each computer attached to the internet has ...
A registrar is a body that has been authorised by ICANN to administer certain types of domains. You can check who the registrar for a domain is by performing a 'whois' look up (www.allwhois.com). ProExe acts as a reseller for the following (amongst many o...
A WHOIS service allows you to look up the details of domain names. The WHOIS search results report gives you registration and expiration dates, contact information (if public) for the registrant.
DNS or the Domain Name System is an integral part of the Internet. It refers to a system of computers and databases on the Internet that are responsible for translating a Domain Name into an IP (Internet Protocol) address. Because humans find words much e...
No, so long as your current hosting company does not turn off your site there should be no loss of service. If your website hosting is also being transferred at the same time, it is highly recommended that the new hosting is in place before the domain is ...