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     During your domain registration process, you chosen a UserName
   and Password to manage that domain name under. Use this info to
   log into Domain Manager and make any change you like to your 
   domain name. If you get an authentication error, please remember
   that the password is case-sensitive. Also, do not type your
   domain name using the "www" prefix in the previous domain field.

   Lost Passwords:  If you forgot your password. Simply email
   help@123cheapdomains.com and specify for your domain name.
   The login and password can only be sent to your "admin contact"
   for your domain, so you must make sure you have access to that
   email at all times.

   After logging in, you will see the Management Interface. You can 
   always click on "Manage your Domain" across the top to return
   to this screen. Below that, you will see the Domain name, 
   when it expires and whether a change is in progress.

   If you have more than one domain in this profile, there will be
   a link called: "Manage Another Domain:" Click here to list the
   other domains in this profile.

                                   Link Navigation Help

   * Manage Profiles - This section allows you to change Domain
      login and password information, create sub users as well as
      group multiple domains into different profiles.

   * Organization Contact - This is information about the company
      or entity which owns the domain name you are managing. 
      Change company information here. This field is shown at the
      top of WHOIS and is also called the Registrant field.

    * Admin Contact - This is the only person allowed to make
       changes to the domain. Ensure this Email address is always
       kept up-to-date. Lost passwords can only be sent to the person
       listed here, so please make sure you have access to the email
       listed here at all times.

     * Billing Contact  - This is the contact responsible for
        billing issues with regard to this domain's registration. 
        All renewal information will be sent to this address.

      * Manage Name servers  - This section is where you 
         modify name server info as well as create name servers
         hosts based on the domain. Basically this is where you
         change your DNS. If you subscribe to web hosting service
         to make your domain name work on the web, 
         this is where you will enter the 2 Name Servers that
         the ISP's provides you
 
                                      Frequent Questions:

    How do I change contact information on my Domain?

    Each link on the main screen corresponds to a field in the
    WHOIS output. Click on the link to the field you wish
    to update. You will be presented with a page where
    you can edit the information in each field.  Again, 
    ensure the Admin Email address is kept up to date.
    This is the only way to recover a lost login/password.

   How do I change my Name Servers?

   Click on Manage Name Servers, you will see your current name
   servers listed as primary and secondary. Replace the old name
   server with the new one then click the Save Configuration button.

   You can also remove a name server. click the remove check box
   beside the name server you wish to remove and click 
   Save Changes. Please note this action does not delete
   the name server entry, it removes it from this domain only.

   HELP! I've deleted all my name servers!

   If you have deleted your name server settings, or wish to add more,
   you can use the "- Adding New Name Servers -" section below
   the list of DNS. Enter just the name of the DNS, not the IP address
   and click on "Add Name Server." The DNS will be added
   to the list directly above.

   How do I create a name server based on this domain?

   In the Manage Name Servers section, and at the bottom of
   the page, you will see a link: "If you want to create or modify
   a name server which is based on {your domain} click here."

   Here you can register a name server based on the domain. 
   All name servers must have an unique IP and must be set-up
   and running for at least 24 hours before you register them here.
   Type the prefix for your name server and its IP address and
   click Create Name Server. We suggest that you do not use
   the prefix "www" as this may cause a problem with your
   web server lookups. Use a known convention such as "ns1"

   How do I delete a name server I created using manage?

   In the Manage Name Servers section, and at the bottom of
   the page, you will see a link: "If you want to create or modify
   a name server which is based on {your domain} click here."

   You can only delete name servers that are not in use by
   any domains. You will only see a Delete button next to a
   DNS entry if it is not in use by a domain. 

   If the Delete button is available, click it and you will receive
   an "Are you sure?" Click yes and the DNS will be deleted
   from the root registry.

   Please be aware that we can't check to see if the DNS
   is in use by another domains. If it is, you will get an
   error directly from the root registry.

   How do I change the IP address of my name server?

   In the Manage Name Servers section, and at the bottom 
   of the page, you will see a link: "If you want to create or
   modify a name server which is based on {your domain} click here."

   Simply change the old IP to the new one and click Save
   Configuration. All name servers must have unique IPs. 
   If you're getting a registry error, it likely means that IP
   is already in use.

   This change will be automatically applied to all domains using
   this name server.

  How do I change the host name of my name server?

  In the Manage Name Servers section, and at the bottom
  of the page, you will see a link: "If you want to create or modify
  a name server which is based on {your domain} click here."

  Simply change the old host name to the new one and click
  Save Configuration.

  This change will be automatically applied to all domains 
  using this name server.

   How do Profiles work?

   In order to speed up registrations and make managing
   domains easier, the system uses "Domain Profiles". A profile is
   simply a username and password associated with a domain
   or domains which gives access to a Web-based interface to 
   manage these specific domains.

   How do I move domains between Profiles? Merging
   domains under one central account for easier management.


   Click on "Manage Profile" and select "Change Ownership
   of Domain." Fill out the username/password of the profile
   you want to add this domain to. Click on "Move to existing profile"
   and type the name of a domain that  is already in the profile into
   "Previously registered domain."  Click on "Change Owner
   and the two domains are now in the same profile.

    * It is important to remember that anyone with the profile 
    login information can change all info for all domains in the
    profile, including ownership.

    How do I move a domain from my main profile to its own?

    Click on "Manage Profile" and select "Change Ownership 
    of Domain." Select a new username/password,
    and click on "Change Owner". The domain is now in its own profile,
    with a separate username and password.

    * Only Domains belonging to the same person or company 
        should be grouped together in a Profile.

     How do I create a Sub User account for my domain?

     A Sub User is an additional login to your domain that you
     can create and grant limited access. This is helpful if you'd
     like to give a login to your Web Host or ISP to manage
     your Name servers/etc.

     Goto "Manage Profile", then select "Create/Manage a Sub-User".
     Select a username, password and choose what areas that this
     sub-user will be allowed to edit. Sub-users are never 
     allowed access to the "Manage Profile" section.

     There can only be a single sub-user per domain, and a 
     sub-user can only manage the domain it was created for, 
     not the profile it is in  (if it is part of a larger group
     profile of your domains)

 

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