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Managing Domain Names
In the Domain Manager, you can manage, forward, or mask your domain names and subdomains. You can also update your domain name contact information, renew or recover your domain names, and manage, AccountExecs, Preset Profiles, DNSSEC, and more.
Domain name forwarding lets you automatically direct your domain name’s visitors to different place on the web.
With its extensive portfolio of more than 300 domain extensions, Donuts is the largest competitor in the new gTLD market and is responsible for significantly expanding domain name availability. Their rules and regulations are listed in this article.
From the Domain Manager, you can manage all of your domain name’s settings and features, such as domain name transfers, renewals, DNS options, and domain name add-ons.
In the Domain Manager, you can attempt to recover your expired top-level domain names (TLDs) during the renewal grace and registry redemption periods.
In the DNS Manager, you can use the Zone File Editor to add, edit, or delete subdomains that point to IP addresses.
In the Domain Manager, you can enable Domain Name Security Extensions (DNSSEC), which add a layer of security to your domain names by attaching digital signatures to their Domain Name System (DNS) information.
In the Domain Manager, you can set your domain names to renew automatically, or you can renew them manually. You can also set your domain names to maintain their original registration lengths with Extended Auto-Renew.
Domain name forwarding lets you automatically direct your domain name’s visitors to a different website. Masking prevents visitors from seeing your domain name forwarding by keeping your domain name in the Web browser’s address bar.
Learn how to update your domain names’ registrant, administrative, technical, and billing contact information (also known as your Whois information).
AccountExecs can manage your domain names from separate accounts without having direct access to your account or billing information.