"...but this domain name is registered at register.com until 2014, so I don't want to make them pay to move it over." Just so you know, a domain isnt registered for some amount of time TO a particular registrar itself. Its registered with the dot-com registry via the registrar (in this case Register.com). If you move the domain over to another registrar, it will keep its 2014 registration date. In fact, I believe Godaddy will add 1 year to your registration date (2015) if you transfer to them and I think the transfer cost is 6.99 or something. Also, godaddy allows for dedicated IP addresses and complete DNS control. I have a couple of site hosted with them. On Fri, Jul 31, 2009 at 14:03, Nan Harbison <nan at nanharbison.com> wrote: > > > Anthony - I usually use Godaddy, but this domain name is registered at > register.com until 2014, so I don't want to make them pay to move it over. > So that leaves moving everything to register.com, and they will give us a > dedicated IP address so we can be looking at the site before changing the > DNS. Godaddy doesn't exactly allow that, although they let you use > yourwebsite.previewdns.com or something to look at it. > I now can't reach anyone in their office, I think they are gone for the > weekend, drat, I wanted to get going on this. > > And Jeremy, I don't think I have root access, But I will check as soon as I > can catch anyone in this office! So which one, IMAP or POP3 means your email > stays in Outlook if you switch hosting? > > Thanks guys! > Nan > > > > -----Original Message----- > From: Anthony Baratta [mailto:anthony at baratta.com] > Sent: Friday, July 31, 2009 1:48 PM > To: nan at nanharbison.com; thelist at lists.evolt.org > Subject: Re: [thelist] moving webhosting and losing all the old emails.... > > Nan Harbison wrote: > > Hi Folks, > > > > I am working with a company on a new website, and we are contemplating > > moving the hosting over to register.com, where the domain name is > > registered for several more years, and they are a nonprofit, so trying to > save money. > > > > Of course the huge problem is that their email is connected to their > > hosting, so as far as I know, when we switch over, all their old email > > will be lost. Is that true? And if it is true, is there a way to get > > all their important email off the old server? Some use Outlook, and I > > think the email on Outlook will not be affected, is that right? > > What were they using before, combination Outlook and WebMail? IMAP? Get > everyone on a POP3 client (Outlook, Outlook Express, Thunderbird) and have > them download their mail (or IMAP and move all the mail locally). > > Then when you move Mail Servers you still have your mail. > > Another way would be to move them all to GMail accounts and setup GMail to > download the mail from their olde server via POP3. > > BTW - I've had very good experiences with GoDaddy, registration and hosting. > Very cheap too. > > > -- > Anthony Baratta > > The most merciful thing in the world, I think, is the inability of the human > mind to correlate all its contents. > - H. P. Lovecraft > > > -- > > * * Please support the community that supports you. * * > http://evolt.org/help_support_evolt/ > > For unsubscribe and other options, including the Tip Harvester > and archives of thelist go to: http://lists.evolt.org > Workers of the Web, evolt !