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When transferring your domain to GoDaddy, you'll keep the remaining time on your registration, and we'll add another year of registration for free. Only your domain will transfer, but our expert Guides can help you transfer your email and website to GoDaddy, too. There are special instructions when transferring .uk, .ca, .eu, .es, .se and .au domains to GoDaddy.

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Important: There's a 60-day lock feature that prevents transfers out of GoDaddy any time updates to the First and Last name, Organization name or Email address fields are made for the Registrant contact info set. Updates to any other piece of contact information should not trigger this feature. See this article ( -domain-contact-information-418) for more details on updating contact information for domains at GoDaddy.

If Whois Privacy Protection service for the domain is enabled, you will also need to disable it. When GoDaddy privacy protection is enabled, it is against their policy to allow domain transfers. Any GoDaddy Domain transfer requests submitted while DomainsByProxy is active, will be declined.

Once the transfer request has been placed and the process has been initiated at the registry level (usually takes up to 20 minutes), you should be able to accept the transfer on GoDaddy's side to speed up the process:

La transferencia a comenzado y ahora el receptor necesita aceptar los dominios en su cuenta. Selecciona Ver mis transferencias para revisar transferencias adicionales pendientes o selecciona Ver mis dominios para volver a tu Cartera de dominios.

If you already own a custom domain and you want to manage all your domain settings from your Shopify admin, then you can transfer your domain to Shopify. After you transfer your domain to Shopify, you no longer need to use the third-party domain service where you originally bought the domain.

Before you begin the transfer process, check your domain provider's transfer policy to make sure that domain transfers are supported. Most domain providers support domain transfers, but some don't. You can find your domain provider's transfer policy by searching their help center for transfer domain:

To avoid any interruption in service, you need to connect your domain to Shopify. If you don't connect your domain before you transfer it, then visitors to your domain might experience connection errors during the transfer process.

When you transfer a domain to Shopify, your domain's A record and CNAME record are set to Shopify's default domain records. If additional records are present on your domain before the transfer, then make a copy of those records to add to the Domains section of your Shopify admin after the transfer. For example, you might need to add an MX record to reconnect your domain to an email hosting service.

The process for preparing a domain for transfer varies by third-party domain provider. If you have trouble preparing your domain for transfer, then contact your third-party domain provider. Shopify Support can't log in to your third-party domain account for you, even if you give your explicit permission.

It can take up to 20 days for your domain to be transferred. After it's transferred, you receive a confirmation email from Shopify. You can access your domain settings on the Domains page from your Shopify admin. If the domain transfer isn't successful, then you're refunded the 1-year renewal charge.

If your domain hasn't transferred to Shopify after 20 days, then review your Junk or Spam email folders for any notices about the transfer or required actions. If you didn't receive any email messages, then contact Shopify Support.

After you complete your domain transfer, you receive an email with the subject line Control how your data is shared. The email contains a link that takes you to Tucows Inc's Data Use Consent Settings. Tucows is the parent company of OpenSRS, the service that Shopify uses to resell domains to merchants. Giving consent is optional, and you can withdraw it at any time.

Most domain registrars enforce requirements on transferring a domain to another registrar. The primary purpose of these requirements is to prevent the owners of fraudulent domains from repeatedly transferring the domains to different registrars. Requirements vary, but the following requirements are typical:

Some registrars provide free DNS service that might be disabled as soon as they receive a request from Route 53 to transfer the domain's registration. If you'd like Route 53 to provide DNS service for your domain, see Making Amazon Route 53 the DNS service for an existing domain.

We'll send email to that email address to request authorization for the transfer. You need to click a link in the email to authorize the transfer. If you don't click the link, we must cancel the transfer.

If you use DNSSEC with a domain and you transfer the domain registration to Route 53, you must disable DNSSEC at the former registrar first. Then, after you transfer the domain registration, take steps to set up DNSSEC for the domain in Route 53. Route 53 supports DNSSEC for domain registration and for DNSSEC signing. For more information, see Configuring DNSSEC signing in Amazon Route 53.

If you transfer a domain registration to Route 53 while DNSSEC is configured, the DNSSEC public keys are transferred, too. If you transfer DNS service to a provider that doesn't support DNSSEC, DNS resolution fails intermittently until you delete the DNSSEC keys from the domain. For more information, see Deleting public keys for a domain.

An authorization code from the current registrar authorizes us to request that registration for the domain be transferred to Route 53. You'll enter this code in the Route 53 console later in the process.

In the rare event that your transfer fails and the error message indicates that you need an authorizationcode, open a support request to provide the authorization code. Formore information, see Contacting AWS Support about domain registration issues.

If you're transferring a .uk,,, or domain to Route 53, you don't need to get an authorization code. Instead, use the method provided by your current domain registrar to update the value of the IPS tag for the domain to GANDI, all uppercase. (An IPS tag is required by Nominet, the registry for .uk domain names.) If your registrar doesn't provide a way to change the value of the IPS tag, contact Nominet.

If you don't request the transfer within five days after you change the IPS tag, the tag changes back to the previous value. You must change the value of the IPS tag again, or the transfer request will fail.

You might receive an email from our registrar associate, Gandi, about the transfer process. If you receive an email from Gandi ( about transferring your domain, ignore the instructions in the email because they aren't relevant to Route 53. Follow the instructions in this topic instead.

For most TLDs, when you transfer a domain, the registration is automatically extended by one year. However, for some geographic TLDs, registration is not extended when you transfer the domain. If you're transferring a domain to Route 53 that has one of these TLDs, we recommend that you renew the domain registration before you transfer the domain, especially if the expiration date is approaching.

If you don't renew the domain before you transfer it, the registration could expire before the transfer is complete. If this happens, the domain becomes unavailable on the internet, and the domain name could become available for others to purchase.

If you're using Amazon Route 53 as your DNS service or you're continuing to use the existing DNS service, we'll get the names of the name servers for you automatically later in the process. Skip to Step 5: Request the transfer.

If you want to change the DNS service to a provider other than Route 53 at the same time that you're transferring the domain to Route 53, use the procedure provided by the DNS service provider to get the names of the name servers for each domain that you want to transfer.

If the registrar for your domain is also the DNS service provider for the domain, transfer your DNS service to Route 53 or another DNS service provider before you continue with the process to transfer the domain registration.

If you transfer DNS service at the same time that you transfer domain registration, your website, email, and the web applications associated with the domain might become unavailable. For more information, see Step 2 (Optional): Transfer your DNSservice to Amazon Route 53 or another DNS service provider.

To transfer domain registration from the current registrar to Amazon Route 53, use the Route 53 console to request the transfer. Route 53 handles the communication with the current registrar for the domain.

On the Transfer domain to your account page, in the Check domain transferability section, enter the name of the domain for which you want to transfer registration to Route 53, andchoose Check.

If the domain registration is not available for transfer, the Route 53 console lists the reasons. Contact your registrar for information about how to resolve the issues that prevent you from transferring the registration.

On the Domain pricing options page, choose the number of years that youwant to register the domain you are transferring for and whetheryou want us to automatically renew your domain registrationbefore the expiration date.

On the Contact information page, enter contact information for the domainregistrant, admin, and technical contacts. The values that youenter here are applied to all of the domains that you'reregistering. For more information, see Values that you specify when you register or transfer a domain.

If the domain registration is available for transfer, it is listed in the Domainavailability list as available. Select thecheck-box next to each domain for which you want to transfer theregistration, verify that you have completed the transferrequirements for top-level domains, and chooseNext. 041b061a72

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