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ICANNís Expired Registration Recovery Policy Update

Dear Clients/Resellers,

In this announcement, you will find information on:

ICANN’s Expired Registration Recovery Policy Update

ICANN has introduced a list of mandatory requirements around handling expired domain names. Read on to know more about Expired Registration Recovery Policy (ERRP). To be compliant with this policy, we plan to go live with changes (mentioned below) in our system on 8th August, 2013.

In the sections below, we have highlighted the Expired Registration Recovery Policy and the changes that will be made in our system to comply with it.

Policy Highlights:

What we’re doing to comply with this policy:

Please circulate these mandates to your sub resellers and customers so that they are prepared well in time for the effective date.

Changes to Renew Grace Period

The Renew Grace Period has been revised from 40 to 36 days for all .COM, .NET, .ORG, .INFO, .BIZ, .NAME, and .US domain names. After the 36th day from expiry, the domain name will be queued for deletion by the system, and no modifications would be possible. The customer can choose to restore it by contacting us. These changes will go live on 8th August, 2013.

Should you require any additional information about this mail, please feel free to get in touch with us.

Posted on: Tuesday, 9th July 2013 9:33 AM