Yes, but the new registrar must be DNSSEC-aware for the transfer to complete successfully. If you attempt to transfer a DNSSEC-enabled domain name to a registrar that is not DNSSEC-aware, the transfer is blocked.
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Frequently Asked Questions
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How to Transfer Domain Names to Webdomainguru.com?
The process for transferring a domain name registered with Webdomainguru.com to another registrar is not hard, but it does take time. You’ll complete some steps with Webdomainguru.com and some steps with the new registrar. The total process can take up to 10 days to complete.
Can I transfer a domain name that is DNSSEC-enabled?
Can I unlock an expired domain name?
Yes. You can unlock an expired domain name during the renewal grace period. Once the status indicates the domain name is in registry redemption, you cannot unlock it. See Unlock expired domains for more information.
We keep your domain name locked to prevent an unauthorized transfer. To complete a domain name transfer to a different registrar, you must unlock the domain name.
What's the difference between Account Changes and Transfers?
A domain name account change moves a domain name from one account to another, with the same registrar. A domain name transfer transfers a domain name from one registrar to another.
What domain name extensions can I transfer to you?
To transfer a domain name to us, you must purchase a domain name transfer from our website. Visit our Transfer your domain here! page to view the list of domain names that you can transfer to us.
Before you purchase a transfer, see Preparing to Transfer Domain Names to Webdomainguru.com and Transfer domain names to Webdomainguru.com for important information on the transfer process.
Can I email the authorization code for an expired domain name?
Yes. If you want to transfer an expired domain name to another registrar, you can send the authorization code to the administrative contact’s (admin) email address as long as the expired domain name is in the renewal grace period. Once the status indicates that the domain name is in registry redemption, you can no longer transfer it. See Get an authorization code to transfer my domain to another registrar for instructions.
Can I transfer an expired domain name?
Yes. You can transfer an expired domain name if it is still in the registrar’s renewal grace period. Grace periods differ by registrar and domain name extension. However, once the status indicates that the domain name is in registry redemption, you can no longer transfer it.
When transferring a domain name during the renewal grace period, you have two choices:
- You can renew your domain name, and then initiate the transfer with your new registrar.
- You can get the authorization code (if required) for the expired domain name, and then initiate the transfer with your new registrar.
What if I don't have my authorization code for my transfer?
You have to get the authorization code from the losing registrar. If you don’t have it yet, don’t worry. You can always provide it to us after you’ve submitted the request to transfer. For more information, see Updating Missing or Inaccurate Authorization Codes.
How do I get an authorization code to transfer my domain name to you?
If you are transferring a domain name to us, you might need an authorization code (also known as an EPP code or transfer key) from your current registrar.
Some registrars display the authorization code in your account with them, while others email it upon request to the administrative contact’s email address for your domain name. If you have a .au domain name, we will send transfer-related information to the registrant contact’s email address.
Contact your current registrar to get your authorization code.
Some domain name extensions, primarily country-code top-level domain names (ccTLDs), do not require authorization codes.