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Dueling DNS Dillema

On 12/04/2010 09:33 AM, Matt Shields wrote:
> Make sure she's unlocked the domain at GoDaddy.  If you don't unlock it,
> then it doesn't matter if you get the auth code.

I actually did that part for her in her presence.

> Another option is to unlock the domain, then in GoDaddy transfer it to
> your name/address/email.  Then you can have full access to the domain
> and do the transfer yourself.  The only downside to this approach is
> with GoDaddy every time you make a change to your domain, they put a 90
> day no transfer lock on the domain.  But, you could at least change your
> nameservers and point to the new servers.

I thought of that solution after sending my first email and sent her an
email suggesting it.  She's out of the country right now.

Moving it over to our account, even on GoDaddy, leaves me free to work
on the problem fully.


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