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  1. Thanks for the encouragement. I did some more digging, and unearthed the process. FYI, I was emailed a PDF form that I must complete, then fax back. And then, "After reception of the PDF document, Joker.com will manually check if the necessary signature is properly made. If this check fails, Joker.com will cancel the process. For the case that the signature is properly made, Joker.com will send a final confirmation email to following addresses: owner contact according to current whois data admin contact according to current whois data the new to-be-created email of the owner contact Joker.com will wait for an objection for 5 days. Joker.com will cancel the procedure for the following cases: the necessary signature is not made (see 2.) one or more objections are received from the confirmation emails being sent " So, I have to cross my fingers that the new owner of my old domain - that is listed for ownership contact - didn't create the same contact email address that I listed, or if he/she did, doesn't dispute my claim to the domain ownership when he/she gets an email from Joker asking if he/she wishes to. I sent an email to that old address a few minutes ago, and it hasn't bounced yet.
  2. I'm not sure you can help, but I too have my own domain already registered. I signed up w/ TCH as my new host, but I discovered (while trying to update the DNS pointers) that my registrar contact info was outdated (cardinal sin, I know) - specifically, the contact email address listed, goes to a domain that I don't own any more, worse yet, it's owned by someone else. I emailed my registrar (Joker.com) a week ago and haven't received a response yet. I realize that it may vary from registrar to registrar, but in brief: I need to know of another way to update my DNS pointers, besides via an access through the contact email address listed on the domain ownership form. There must be another way for my registrar to verify that I own that domain, and thus allow me to make changes. If you have any thoughts, I would appreciate them, as I'd like to get crack'n on putting a site up on your server ASAP. Thank you for your response.
  3. I'd like to know if you attach any type of TCH reference to the bottom of your "members'" emails (ala hotmail), or put a TCH hotlink in the email header?
  4. RE: "you can keep your domain with your current registar if you wish" Is there any type of advantage (to me) if I transfer my domain registrar to you rather than changing the pointer w/ my original registrar? If not, I guess I just wait until its time to re-up and compare renewing fees between registrars? thanks for the great forum - it has sold me on your hosting service. - MB
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