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    Default Domain Transfers made Easy!

    PLEASE SEE THIS THREAD, SPRY IS NO LONGER ACCEPTING DOMAIN TRANSFERS TO SPRY FROM OTHER REGISTRARS.

    There may come a time that you need to transfer your domain(s) to a new registrar. Be it for DNS reasons, or just because you want to keep your domains in the same place for ease of management.
    Transferring is a relatively straightforward process. Here is a step-by-step process for you to follow:

    1. Ensure that your domain has been registered for at least 60 days. You can’t transfer if your domain is less than 60 days old, or if you transferred it within the last 60 days.
    2. Obtain your EPP or authorization key from your current registrar. An EPP key is a string of characters that carry all of the information about the domain (i.e. email addresses, contact names, registration details, etc.). Specific instructions for obtaining your EPP key from your Spry account can be found at http://forums.spry.com/showthread.php?t=1327
    3. Make sure your domain is not locked at your current registrar. A locked domain can’t be transferred or moved in any way.
    4. Once you have all of the details in points 1 – 3 covered, head on over to your new registrar’s website and start the transfer process. You will need to provide account details if you’re a new customer (setting up a new account) and enter the EPP key when requested. Once you’ve paid the transfer fee, the process will start automatically.

    That’s all there is to it! The entire process can take up to 7 days to complete, depending on the response times of the registrar and the owner (verification emails are sent to confirm the validity of the transfer, so be on the lookout and respond as soon as you can).
    Once the process has completed, your domains are ready to be used and will be renewed for another year. Updated whois information will propagate within 48 hours, showing your new registrar information.
    Last edited by Lyle@Spry; 02-22-2008 at 06:14 PM. Reason: Spry no longer accepting domain transfers from other registrars.

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    This is a great information. I don't know how to transfer domains though I bought some.

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