|Domain Names: Submitting a Change of Domain Name Authority request|
Q. I already have a domain name registered with the InterNIC. How do I move it to Northwest Nexus? A. Here's what the InterNIC, the registering authority for domain names in the .com and .net (and other) domains) requires to effect a domain name change of authority from a previous network provider to Northwest Nexus. 1. The existing Administrative Contact or Technical Contact for the domain name must send an e-mail message authorizing transfer of domain name authority. This message must also carbon-copy the existing Network Service Provider. The text of the message should include the following language: "As Administrative Contact for domainname.com, I hereby authorize Northwest Nexus Inc. to apply for a change of Administrative Contact, replacing my name with xxxxxxxx, along with other changes they find necessary to keep the record up to date, effective dd mmm 1996." Signed, xxxxxxxxx Administrative Contact Organization Name: xxxxxcompany Net Mailbox: email@example.com The electronic mail message should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org ...with the subject line: Domain name change of authority: xxxx.yyy 2. We will include your entire message intact and include it our request to the InterNIC to change authority for your the domain name to our primary and secondary nameservers. Thanks to the tremendous increase in litigaton and worse over domain names and who administers them, the above procedure must be followed exactly for us to successfully transfer your nameservice. We'll let you know when the change of authority has been approved and is in effect.
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