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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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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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Last Call On IE Domains For 2012

If you need to get a .ie domain name – be that a new domain name registration, a transfer or a holder update / change the clock is ticking .. The IEDR will be closed from tomorrow afternoon until 2013! So get your orders in today! If you have a pending .ie domain registration request […]

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IEDR Optimise 2012 Awards

As the hosting providers for paradering.ie, a graduate of the IEDR’s Optimise 2012 initiative, we were delighted to attend the 2012 awards ceremony, hosted by the IEDR and attended by Communications Minister Pat Rabbitte, TD. Unfortunately Padraig O’ Sullivan from paradering.ie couldn’t be there but we will be delighted to forward him his certificate The fund, which […]

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Upcoming Change To Pending IE Domain Registrations

The IE Domain Registry (IEDR) have informed us of a small change that they will be introducing to their processes. Currently any registration or modification request is valid for 30 days, so you have 30 days to provide the supporting documentation. As of April 8 2010 this period will be reduced to 27 days We […]

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