You will find information on how to help customers with Managing their domains at http://domains.xmission.com
Manage Your Domain
Domain Name: yourdomain.tld is Locked Expires: 2013-03-20 16:50:58 Waiting Requests: 0
- This redirects you to Register a domain
- Change Password
- Change the password used to manage this profile.
- Create/Manage a Sub-User
- You may add an additional username and password associated with this domain in order to allow multiple people to update your records. You can restrict access for this sub-user to allow only certain records to be modified.
Note: Only one sub-user can be created for each domain.
- Change Ownership of Domain
- You may create a new profile for this domain or move it to a different profile you own.
- Allows you to edit the Organization Contact for the domain.
- Allows you to edit the Admin Contact for the domain
- Allows you to edit the Billing Contact for the domain
- Allows you to edit the Technical Contact for the domain
- Manage Name Servers for the domain
- To replace a nameserver, simply edit the existing hostname.
- To remove a nameserver, simply cleanup the existing hostname.
- To add a nameserver, simply fill an empty field for hostname.
- IP addresses are not displayed by certain registries. This does not affect the operation of the nameserver.
Important: Before adding additional name servers to your configuration, you should be sure that the name server has setup correctly. 24 - 48 hours after you submit a request for an additional name server, it will be in the rotation for authoritative lookups and if it is not setup correctly, your site will take a long time to resolve when visitors try to find you.
The order of the nameservers is not relevant
- Manage Domain Authorization Information - Domain Auth Code
- Normally this information does not need to be changed or edited.
- Edit the ability to Show/Hide the Reseller information in public whois
- When locking is enabled for a domain, any requests to transfer the domain to another registrar or hosting company will automatically fail. This can be used to prevent fraudulent transfers of the domain, while locking is enabled.
- Should you ever want to transfer the domain, or modify nameservers based on the domain, domain locking must first be disabled, before the relevant action is performed.
- Note that only the owner for a domain can enable/disable locking. The sub-user for the domain, if any, will not be able to perform this action.