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totally remove a domain name

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hi,

how to remove a domain name ?

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...by removing the domin's entry in the primary and the secondaries configuration and restarting them...
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sorry, i saw your other question now. however after removing from your dns, it will take some time until everybody "forgets" about your entry.
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einhorn earned 20 total points
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To be specific, it takes the individual expiry times you have set for the DNS-entry.
For a good summary have a look into the DNS-howto. Give it some additional
hours.
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