How to link multiple domains to a website
Nick from the U.K asks:
My company recently purchased a couple domains and we want those to link to our current website. Eg. example.com will transfer to example.co.uk instantly. How can I do this?
This is similar to an earlier post How do I point ?www.domain.com? at ?domain.com? or vice-versa?, but since we’re going across multiple […]
mailout.easydns.com IP Change
In an effort to continue providing you with a rock solid service we’ve changed the IP (and moved the service) of mailout.easydns.com
The new IP is: 18.104.22.168
The old system will be kept online for a couple of days longer and we will allow it to dequeue all its mail before shutting it down.
As always if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact support.
DNSMadeEasy and easyDNS to merge
/Washington, Toronto – 04/01/2010/ Following an emerging trend of consolidation within the DNS hosting space, DNSMadeEasy of Washington, DC and easyDNS of Toronto, have agreed to merge.
If approved by regulators in both countries the combination, “will create a new 800 pound gorilla in the room” according to industry commentators.
It is yet to be decided if the merged entity will be called DNSMadeEasyDNS.com or easyDNSMadeEasy.com.
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