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Domainsite: Moved Domains, But Still In Account?

OK I transferred domains from Domainsite to Dynadot, but they still show up in my Domainsite account. Anyone know why?? It's pissing me off because I keep getting "expiring domain" notices and it makes me a bit worried, even though I know they are safe @ Dynadot.

Any comments? Anything I can do to update my domain list? Grr.... frustrating as hell.
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Re: Domainsite: Moved Domains, But Still In Account?

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OK I transferred domains from Domainsite to Dynadot, but they still show up in my Domainsite account. Anyone know why?? It's pissing me off because I keep getting "expiring domain" notices and it makes me a bit worried, even though I know they are safe @ Dynadot.

Any comments? Anything I can do to update my domain list? Grr.... frustrating as hell.

Just move everything to Dynadot, then change your contact email address inside of your Domainsite account to be support@domainsite.com.

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Re: Domainsite: Moved Domains, But Still In Account?

Sounds like a plan. Thanks Mike
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Re: Domainsite: Moved Domains, But Still In Account?

>Anyone know why??

Two possibilities.

1. The guys at Domainsite are a bunch of morons that don't know how to keep a database clean.

2. See (1.) above.
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Re: Domainsite: Moved Domains, But Still In Account?

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>Anyone know why??

Two possibilities.

1. The guys at Domainsite are a bunch of morons that don't know how to keep a database clean.

2. See (1.) above.

MySQL doesn't support foreign keys. At least not until very recent versions, and then only with third-party table drivers afaik.

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