On 16-Nov-99 Dave Airlie wrote:
>>Has anyone on the list moved a .com domain, from a webhoster in U.S. to
>Irish ISP??, I need to also change ownership but that is not as
>>>If the webhoster registered it as MAIL-FROM, to change contact info etc I
>need to make sure that everyone on it replies in agreement yes?
I moved one from england to here easily, just use the MailFrom thingy
and change the nameservers to whatever you want and you are off. The various
contacts listed get a mail asking them to confirm the change and once they
reply its basically done. So if the technical contact is the original
webhoster individual, you will have to wait for him to reply in the affirmative
to the email he gets. It was simple for me because I was all the contacts as
I registered the name myself, and organized the hosting seperately at a later
date. Its more painful I imagine if you have the original webhosting company
do all the "complicated registration for you", as then you are waiting on
them to get around to letting you go. I found the process a bit of a curse
as I had to wait for a few days for all my changes to go through.
> What is a Public Notary in Ireland, a list longer than the cops
>would be good ..
There are quite a number of special individuals "in good standing" with
the court who also are public notaries. For instance the owner of the
shop beside the fish shop near the train station in limerick is a justice of
the peace :-) (I think thats the right title), and I think they count as public
notaries, any solicitor will know all the ones in your area. Unfortunately
the public notary will (should) only sign if you are known to them. I think
you just apply to be one, have to live in the area for a hundred years and
be known around the place, its a little bit of a money spinner.
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