Step 5 Purchase a domain name transfer

1. Visit the domain name transfer page to purchase a transfer.

2. After purchasing the transfer, you can choose to either keep the existing nameservers, or park the nameservers.

Note: If you’re not changing the hosting for your domain, you may want to select “keep existing nameservers” to be certain your site does not go down during the transfer. If your website is not hosted, you can select “park nameservers” and Yoursite will create a temporary page that users will see when they visit your site, until you have set up your site’s hosting.

Step 4 Obtain your EPP authorization code

Note: To transfer your domain you’ll need an authorization code (also known as an EPP code) from your current registrar. Some domains, namely top-level domains (ccTLDs) don’t require an authorization code.

1. Log in to the Enom Account Manager.

2. From the “Domains” area, select “Registered.”

3. Select the domain you want to unlock.

4. On the “Manage Domain” dropdown, select “General Settings”, then click “Email Auth Info to Regsitrant.”

5. On the next screen you’ll receive an “Email has been sent” confirmation.

Step 3 Verify administrator contact information

1. Log in to the Enom Account Manager.

2. From the “Domains” area, select “Registered.”

3. Select the domain you want.

4. On the “Manage Domain” dropdown, select “Contact Information.”

5. On the line “Administrative Contact” select “Custom.”

6. After desired changes have been made, select “Save.”

7. Note: It may take up to 24 hours for the system to recognize the status change before your domain can be transferred.

8. Note: Your website can’t be transferred if it had its contact information changed within the last 60 days, or it was registered within the last 60 days, or if it has been registered at Enom for fewer than 60 days.

Step 2 Disable privacy

1. Log in to the Enom Account Manager.

2. From the “Domains” area, select “Registered.”

3. Select the domain you want.

4. On the “Manage Domain” dropdown, select “Contact Information” and remove privacy.

Step 1 Unlocking your domain

1. Log in to the Enom Account Manager.

2. From the “Domains” area, select “Registered.”

3. Select the domain you want to unlock.

4. On the “Manage Domain” dropdown, select “General Settings”, change the “Registrar-Lock” to “Disabled.”

5. Click “Save.”

Note: It may take up to 24 hours for the system to recognize the status change before your domain can be transferred.