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# 104902 22-Jun-2012 12:14
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We currently have a domain with crazydomains.com.au and they are a nightmare to deal with. 

Anyone know of any other place that I can host that will allow me to make dns changes via a web portal?

What is the .com.au process to transfer the domain? With .nz domains I can move the domains using a UDAI.

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  # 644692 22-Jun-2012 12:42
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You mean domain registrar? I thought they all did everything via the web.

I use four different ones, but none in Australia. I can help with US, UK, and NZ.

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  # 644751 22-Jun-2012 13:45
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You could try http://www.melbourneit.com.au who actually also own http://www.domainz.net.nz. Domainz may well be able to advise you on the Australian transfer process.

 
 
 
 




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  # 644760 22-Jun-2012 14:02
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You need a registry key, which I have recovered.

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  # 645880 25-Jun-2012 13:51
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www.domains4less.com.au

You transfer domains with an auth key similar to the process for .NZ. 

disclosure: I work at Web Drive which owns D4L.




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  # 645896 25-Jun-2012 14:16
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Thanks I transferred to Zumba who have great customer service and the price was hard to beat!

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