How to update WHOIS in eNomCentral

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Your eNomCentral account has the ability to modify the WHOIS information that is listed for your domain. Follow the steps in this article to learn how to make these changes.

Updating WHOIS

  1. Login to eNomCentral.
  2. Click on Manage Domains.
  3. Select the domain you wish to modify.
  4. When you have selected domain, you will want to select Contact Information from the drop-down menu for managing your domains. This will bring you the interface that will allow you to make changes to the contact information for that domain.
Select Contact Information
Select Contact Information
  1. Change the Registrant Contact option to Custom in order to make changes.
  2. Make your contact information changes.
Click on Custom to make changes to the contact information
Click on Custom to make changes to the contact information
  1. When you have completed the changes, then click on the Save button.
Click on the radial button in order to select a contact to change
Click on the radial button in order to select a contact to change

At the bottom of the screen (above the Save button), you will see the option to select the Administrative, Billing, or Technical Contact for the domain. Click on the radial button in order add custom information for the specific contact.

You now know how to make changes to the WHOIS information in eNomCentral! To learn more about eNomCentral and Reseller information, please see our Reseller Hosting Product guide.

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