Mail Tolerant Domain Registrars?

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  1. oceanview

    oceanview New Member

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    I'm using namecheap right now for all my domains, and I just set up my mailserver with namecheap domains under the same account... but then I thought: what happens if I get a spam complaint on one of my domains? Do they shut down the domain? Do they shut down ALL the domains in the account!?

    So what are the best domain registrars to use for can-spam mailing? Ones that ideally do not shut down the domain at all, but at least would not shut down ALL the domains in your account?
     
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    Namecheap is pretty good. They will only shut down the offending domain, not your whole account. I'm sure it has happened, but if you're mailing legit which everyone here should be, I don't think namecheap will ever be an issue. I have thousands of domains on 1 account for a year now and it's been fine.
     
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    You won't get shutdown by DD, but I really hate their interface.
     
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    I agree both DD and namecheap are probably the best 2, mydomain.com has never been a problem but certainly not as popular for mailing. And for ones to never use, godaddy for sure is a no no, enom I haven't heard much about but I'd still avoid and dynadot will actually take ownership of all your domains and make you respond to even fbl complaints.
     
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    I've gotten a ridiculous number of complaints with namecheap and have had I think 2 domains suspended out of thousands. I'd say it's pretty rare.
     
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    i doubt scott is sitting here looking for threads about registering domains for people on mailerforum....
     
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    godaddy is a big no-no
    i have used moniker.com in the past, they are quite good
    some complaints yes, but no bannings of domain
     
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    NetworkSolutions will not shut you down for complaints, but they are $35 per - even for a .info
     
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    well. l was still using godaddy for my clean mailings for my inhouse redirector because Namepcheaps forwarding screws up about 25% of the time with some DDOS filter on it. Thus cutting into revenues....

    But GD is now charging for private registration... anyone recommend a place that doesnt use Namecheaps backend that has free private registration and forwarding still for .com's in bulk?
     
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    Check out bulkregister.com (enom). I've used them forever and their interface and options are the best I've seen. The only issues I have with them are higher domain prices (they will work with you on prices though based on how many domains you have with them) and they also charge a $100 membership fee per year. I've never had a domain yanked there.

    I recently bought a bunch of domains with namecheap just because of their pricing... their system is clunky compared to bulkregister.

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    I have only had 3 or 4 domains ticketed for spam by namecheap in the past 2 years. 2 seemed to have been nullrouted with no warning (prolly got their support ticket in my spam box hehe). The other two I simply pulled the domains, filled out the SH dbl form and got them delisted and told Namecheap it was resolved. One of them was just a few days ago. No hassle, pretty much lose the domain anyways since it is DBL'd. Not surprisingly they want you to keep buying domains and unless you get tons of domains SH DBL'd then you prolly won't have a problem with your account. But accounts are free... get a couple just in case if you are worried. This probably applies to any registrar. But regardless, if you are getting all your domains DBL'd maybe you need to fix your data and not worry so much about the registrar.
     
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    i've been using namecheap. i wrote some stuff to work with their api. i can register domains, create name servers, modify name servers, contact info, etc.. their bulk tools are garbage and take way too long to complete even the most simple tasks.
     
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    Have you looked at whether APIs of other registrars are as good? I've used the one from Namecheap, have not checked out others...
     

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