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Digging Into IE Domains

If you have visited the IEDR website recently you might have noticed that the counter down the bottom of the page has now passed 200 thousand domain names. They’ll be making a bit of a “song and dance” about this milestone, which is understandable. However, what’s probably more interesting from our perspective is their new “domain […]

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IEDR Calls on SMEs to Apply for OPTIMISE 2015

You may recall our blog post announcing the winners of OPTIMISE 2014 The official awards ceremony was held last week and while we were attending we’re sorry to say that unfortunately  we don’t have any photos. However OPTIMISE 2015 was announced and launched by the Minister for Communications, Alex White, T.D. If you don’t know what […]

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Axe The Fax!

  In the next couple of weeks things are going to change dramatically for .ie registrants. Starting in the next week or so the IEDR’s process for handling .ie domain transfers between registrars will be changing. Yes – the dreaded faxes will be no more and IEDR are moving to an “authcode” system in line […]

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IEDR Policy Committee Is Go!

I’ve been an outspoken and very vocal critic of the IEDR in the past. I’d be lying if I said otherwise. So the news that I’ve been elected to the new IEDR Policy Advisory Committee is probably a bit of a surprise to some. The .ie registrars are able to elect up to four representatives […]

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New Opening Hours for the IEDR

New opening hours for the IEDR

Many people don’t realise that when registering a .IE domain we’re not the people who ultimately decide whether the application will go through or not. That is down to the IEDR ( Irish Domain Registry ) the body responsible for the approval of all applications for .ie domains. Assuming your documentation is all in order […]

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