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How do I delegate/redelegate my domain name?

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Posted: 29 Jul, 2007
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To delegate a domain you must assign the appropriate name servers to the domain. Making a mistake with this can cause your website and email to become unavailable so be sure to know what you are doing.

After logging into domain management click on 'Nameservers' and type the primary and secondary name servers given to you by your web hosting provider.

To re-delegate a domain simply change the existing  nameservers to the new ones.

Note that it can take up to 24 hours for the delegation to take effect.
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