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I still have NS2.EXPIREDDOMAINS.REGISTER.COM listed as nameservers.

Posted on 2007-04-02
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My domain expired. After some thought I decided to resurrect it. I listed new nameservers with register.com, but after a week I still have NS2.EXPIREDDOMAINS.REGISTER.COM listed as nameservers. WHat do I do?
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by:NickVd
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Who did you re/register your domain with? was it register.com both times?
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by:hgj1357
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Yep
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Wadski earned 250 total points
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Have you asked them to update the DNS Servers?  Send them a support ticket and they can refresh them manually.

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by:arthurjb
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Do a whois search on your domain, http://www.allwhois.com and see if you actually own the domain.

It is possible that it was grabbed by someone else.  Sometimes the registrars don't do a very good job of syncing their domain files...
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