I apologise for the off topic nature of the question but I know some
people who work or have business in this area are on this list.
A registered charity would like a .ie domain name. The Irish domain
registry says that domain names are free for registered charities
(http://www.domainregistry.ie/RegFees.php). Assuming all proper
documentation for the registration, does registration automatically
include a forwarding service? Or should I expect to have to pay for
this? Why? Well, the goal is to have the following:
www.mysamplecharity.ie and www.mysamplecharity.com
We would like www.mysamplecharity.ie to automatically re-direct to
Thanks in advance,
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