[thelist] Watching a domain name for expiry?

James jveillo at bellsouth.net
Thu Aug 28 16:41:04 CDT 2003

Hello Andy,

Are you aware of the services available that perform these types of services
for a fee? Do a search for 'domain name back ordering' or something similar.

Also, http://www.whois.sc has a free monitoring service but they don't
automatically register the name for you like the pay services do.

Hope this helps,

james at ebigman.com

----- Original Message -----
From: "Andy Warwick" <mailing.lists at creed.co.uk>
To: <thelist at lists.evolt.org>
Sent: Thursday, August 28, 2003 8:12 AM
Subject: [thelist] Watching a domain name for expiry?

> Hi
> Wonder if anyone can recommend a service/piece of software to keep on
> eye on a domain that I'd like to register, is currently due for expiry,
> and currently doesn't go anywhere except one of those search engine
> holding pages.
> Ideally I'd like it to alert me as soon as the domain in question
> becomes available, so I can get in there quickly and register it though
> my current ISP.
> I'm aware I could approach the current holder, but I'd rather take my
> chances once it is 'back in the pool', rather than alert him/her it's
> wanted and thus boost its value.
> Note that this is a single domain I have a valid interest in, and is
> not for grabbing multiple domains to 'squat' on.
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