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Synergy Wholesale Help?

Discussion in 'Newbies' started by Christopher, Mar 18, 2017.

  1. Christopher

    Christopher Membership: Community

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    Hey Guys, I just setup a Synergy Wholesale account, and i'm very confused the FAQ isn't really clear.

    How do I transfer a domain that is expiring in another domain provider I have. I have requested the epp code.

    Under the section Domains, then new transfer, It asks for domain name then password. The password section is that the EPP code, or something else?
    Thanks.
     
  2. Scott7

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    auDA Member:
    Yes
    Yep, EEP code is the right one for a transfer.
     
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  3. findtim

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    auDA Member:
    Yes
    i posted this recently somewhere else sorry
    EPP = KEY
    you shouldn't have to request it.
    http://admin.auda.org.au/password_recovery/blank_recover_password.faces , if its your email address.
    then note that you need enough time before domain renewal to complete transfer or it can fail. so don't leave it last minute.
     
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  4. Christopher

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    Oh I saw that but didn't understand entirely. That's only for .au's right?

    It just seems a bit confusing that different providers just don't use the same lingo, even putting password/EPP I thought maybe it was something else.

    Any rate this is for a .hosting extension at this stage, as I plan to move my domains as they come up for renewal, as the cost savings are enough to pay for other business expenses. But I've just learned Uniregistry have just implemented the price hike that was rumored earlier in the month, and I simply won't be renewing or developing my domain further if the price is that high.
     
  5. Christopher

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    Thanks Scott.:)
     
  6. Scott7

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    auDA Member:
    Yes
    You still use EPP (also called auth code) to transfer non .au domains, although you don't need one for some ccTLDs.

    Uniregistry currently have a 29.88 USD special on registration and renewal of .hosting domains, however, the regular price is 498.88 USD.
     
  7. Christopher

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    Yep, saw that @Scott7.
    Shock Face, Jaw drop. I don't think I'll be renewing or even looking at name domains anymore. Big turn off.
     
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  8. Scott7

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    Yeah, especially when it has to be paid every year and may even go up further in the future.
     
  9. Christopher

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    heart attack. And I'm right in thinking this is global not just refined to uniregistry?
     
  10. findtim

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    Yes
    each owner of a new tld is basically allowed to do whatever they want.
    this would include .sydney and .melbourne

    tim