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 […]
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 […]
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.
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 […]
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 […]