7 Responses to “Domain Picks Dropping on Oct 25th 2013”

  1. Acro says:

    Just transferred one domain out, it was a drop-catch via SnapNames. I’m glad I don’t have hundreds there, best of luck locating yours.

  2. Mark says:

    Here is what they have on their site and I just talked to tech support and the said they were having site problems and working on them, no surprise there, and that the domains should start showing back up in my account soon:

    Issues affecting your vDeck control panel
    3:00 PM EDT

    Mail delivery may be impacted for some customers. You may find that mail sent is being bounced. Our team is working on resolving this as our highest priority.

    2:41 PM EDT

    We are currently experiencing an issue with our vDeck control panel that may prevent certain functionality from working properly.

    You may not be able to manage your domains in DomainCentral or create or manage your mailboxes in MailCentral.

    You also may not be able to log in to you control panel using your domain name (your username should still work just fine). You may also not be able to create, edit or publish your website.

    Your website and email should NOT be affected by this current issue.

    Our technical teams are engaged to correct this, and we will update this notice with further information as it becomes available.

    – 10/24/13 at 15:00 ET

  3. Mark says:

    My names are back, that was frightening…

    And it is so nice to have readers, I really need to thank those of you that were kind enough to email me screenshots of my domains and thanks for reading, you are truly appreciated…

  4. Acro says:

    Glad it was a false alarm. And what the heck are domains to “begin showing back” in your account, emails? 😀 They are either there, or they are not. ICANN needs to clean up the plate from 2nd tier registrars.

  5. Mark, I hope all your domains are in your account and safe by now. Let me know if you need any help.

  6. Irfan says:

    Glad to note that it’s all back. Some says that it’s not good to put all your eggs in one basket. Is it true with domains too?

    • Mark says:

      Yes and no. I would prefer to have all my eggs in one big basket that I can trust, so I have decided to create my own registrar, that is where all my domains will be next year… 😎

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