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Answer by Cry Havok · Sep 18, 2011 at 08:35 PM
Did you own and control the EveryDNS account? Then you need to read the sticky at the top of this forum.
If you aren't then you need to contact the account owner.
Hi in cannot contact him, the site is a blogger site i managed it in my Google account panel. Maybe me beeing niave thought it was hosted free by them, when site was down i checked nameservers and did a google search which come up with the nameservers beeing retired by this site.All i want is to get the site running and dont mind paying ..how do i contact support? thanks
You need to read and work through the account ownership and recovery policy. In your case the final section (Domain Name and Dyn Account Separation) probably applies, and if you aren't in control of the Administrative Contact Email Address on file for a domain in WHOIS then you will not be able to gain control of your domain that way.
As such, I'd strongly recommend you try to contact the person who purchased the domain for you. Their email address should be listed in WhoIS if you don't know what it is.
Thanks for answering, i do have control of the domain its in my Godaddy Account
Then all you need to do is purchase Standard DNS for your domain, configure it according to your needs and update the domain registration to reflect this.
tried but get this
DNS services for http://mysite.com are already active on our system, and can not be purchased again.
Then please read and work through the second link I provided - account ownership and recovery policy. Just ensure that, as it says, your domain's Administrative Contact is an email address you have full, current, access to so you can work through the process.
Just ensure you've made all reasonable efforts to contact the person who set this up for you first - and you may want to check with a laywer.
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