To register a .ie domain particular criteria must be met by the applicant. See the .IE Domain Name Registration Guide to establish your applicant class and the criteria that must be met. To register a company name as a .ie domain the company number issued by the Companies Registration Office (CRO) is required. To register […]
Type: Domain Registration
Articles related to registering a domain name
I spelled my domain name wrong, can I get it changed?
Unfortunately when registration has completed, it is not possible to make any changes to the spelling of a domain name. If available the domain name with the correct spelling must also be purchased. However if it is a .ie domain name please contact us as soon as the mistake is realised and we may be […]
How long before I can use my domain?
Domains are activated immediately after registration, but the name server information can take up to 48 hours to propagate to all DNS servers worldwide. This means that web & mail services can take up to 48hrs to be fully operational.
2013 Registrar Accreditation Agreement, WHOIS info verification
As a part of the Whois Data Accuracy specification, ICANN expects the Registrar to verify the contact information for the Registrant contact of each gTLD domain name, within 15 days of a domain name being registered with unverified contact details a domain name being transferred in the contact information of the Registrant contact information being […]
.IE Domain Registration Guide.
N.B. When registering a .ie domain there is supporting information required. Every application we make to the IEDR is checked to make sure that the applicant has a proven connection with Ireland and a legitimate claim to the domain being registered. 1. You must show you have a proven connection with Ireland Connections can be […]