Forum Editor 12:48 30 Nov 2003

that when your domain is retagged to a different Domain Name Server the DNS database servers around the world will take up to 24 hours to propagate with the new location - which means that you'll have no email access for that period, nor will any website on the domain be available on the Internet.

Otherwise the procedure should be fairly smooth, and your current host should only make a small charge for the retag. As tenaka has said - your domain host doesn't have to be your ISP - you can use any broadband service provider for that if you wish. You'll then have two email addresses - your own domain name address, and the one provided automatically by your ISP.

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