Knowledgebase : Domain Management
In order to register a .CA domain name, the registrant must meet CIRA's [Canadian Internet Registration Authority, the .CA registry] strict rules and guidelines for Canadian presence. The following is the full document from CIRA's website to view the Ca...
Cloning your domain allows you to copy the configurations from an existing domain instead of creating a whole new zone file. Clicking the CLONE link for a given domain will allow you to select what applicable domain you wish to set as the parent from a pu...
Domain Portfolios let you organize and view your domains through groupings, as well as the ability to share a selected portfolio with one other ZoneEdit user account. WHAT ARE PORTFOLIOS? Portfolios are like folders where domains can be grouped together...
- STANDARD EPP DOMAIN LIFECYCLE - _DAY 1_ - Domain is registered Upon payment, your application is submitted to the appropriate registry and secured by ZoneEdit. You can check ZoneEdit Whois [https://www.zoneedit.com/lookup.html] to confirm the regist...
Transferring your domain name from your current registrar to Zoneedit can fail for any one of a number of reasons. Transfers most often fail because the Whois information is incorrect or outdated. For example CIRA, the Canadian Internet Registration Aut...
LIST OF CLIENT-ASSIGNED STATUS CODES ClientHold This status allows a registrar to remove a domain name from the DNS - if, for example, payment has not been received from the registrant. This status has no effect on the registrar's ability to update, tr...
ZoneEdit standard backup mail server is available to all domains with a DNS service level. When mail is sent out, the sending MTA (Mail Transport Agent) checks the DNS records to see what servers are responsible for the mail for that domain. The respons...
NOTE: Deleting domains from your ZoneEdit account does not mean that the domain’s registration automatically expires. Domains will need to go through their entire life cycle before the registration is completely expired. ZoneEdit users now have the abilit...
ZoneEdit users now have the ability to downgrade a domain name from a paid service to a free service. NOTE: Make sure your domain is eligible to downgrade and that you have a free slot available. In order to downgrade a domain, please do the following: ...
ZoneEdit users now have the abilty to register .CA domains. A few things to note before you register a .CA domain: * .CA DOMAINS ARE SUBJECT TO THE CANADIAN PRESENCE REQUIREMENTS You _must_ be Canadian (or the Queen) in order to register .CA domains. N...
Transferring a domain away from ZoneEdit is a simple process that involves 3 steps: * Unlocking your domain * Getting your Authorization/EPP code * Disabling your WHOIS Privacy (if applicable) UNLOCKING YOUR DOMAIN Unlocking a domain requires th...
You'll want to make sure ZoneEdit is the current DNS provider before attempting to do a registrar transfer. For further details on how you can sign up for DNS service for a domain name please go HERE [https://support.zoneedit.com/index.php?/Knowledgebase/...
Transferring .CA domains is quite easy and much faster than transferring their .COM/.NET/.ORG counterparts (in fact they happen instantly once we submit the transfer request). It is simply a matter of obtaining your domains "auth code" from your _curren...
TRANSFER POLICY Starting on 01 December 2016, ICANN [the governing body of all things internet] has mandated adjustments to the newly renamed Transfer Policy to now include registrant [domain owner] to registrant [domain owner] changes. The amended Tran...
A mailmap is an email forwarding feature where users can create an alias (example@yourdomain.com) and have messages sent to said alias get forwarded to a valid third party email address such as Gmail, Hotmail, etc.. However users should note that the jo...
ZoneEdit users now have multiple ways in which they can manage the DNS Settings for a domain name.  Users can manage individual record types via the Domain Administration page: Users can also manage individual record types via the DNS Settings page: ...
Users have the ability to move a domain between ZoneEdit accounts through their control panel. This process is instantaneous, and will require the new username for the ZoneEdit account that the domain will be transferring to. Users should note that there ...
Please note that the following ZoneEdit servers for .IE domains seem to fail the .IE registry restrictions: DNS1.ZONEEDIT.COM DNS2.ZONEEDIT.COM  However the following domains seem to work find and pass their tests: NS14.ZONEEDIT.COM NS19.ZONEEDIT.COM ...
Users can now transfer the registration of their .CH domains over to ZoneEdit. After you've obtained your Authorization code (sometimes referred to as an EPP code or transfer code) from your current registrar, please do the following: 1. Log into your Z...
_(Last updated June 25, 2015)_ The ICANN Whois Accuracy Program (WAP) applies to all ICANN registrars accredited under the 2013 RAA [http://www.icann.org/en/resources/registrars/raa/approved-with-specs-27jun13-en.htm#whois-accuracy] (Registrar Accredita...
This type of landing page is where we direct traffic for: * Lame Delegations * Account Overdue * Zombie Domains * Deactivated Domains LAME DELEGATIONS A lame delegation is a domain that is _not _in any ZoneEdit account yet it is still delegated...
ZoneEdit users can now access backup copies of their zone file for specific domains. In order to access your backups, please do the following: 1. Log into your ZoneEdit account 2. Click on the MANAGE link for your domain 3. Click on the DOMAIN SETTINGS...
ZoneEdit now allows its users to use our new Outbound SMTP feature called ZoneOut. To set this feature up, you'll want to do the following: 1. Log into your ZoneEdit account 2. Click on MANAGE for the domain you'd like to set up ZoneOut for 3. Under t...