.my DOMAIN REGISTRY (MYNIC): Contact Information for .my domain application

.my DOMAIN REGISTRY will deal only with three Contact Person(s) whom you must list in your application: an Administrative Contact, a Technical Contact and a Billing Contact.

In the case of personal domain names, the Registrant is the same as the Administrative Contact.

 

Administrative Contact

This is the authorized person able to speak and contract on behalf of the Registrant. The Administrative Contact must be an authorized employee of the Registrant organization/company.

Only the contact person listed in your Registration form will receive e-mail notification from .my DOMAIN REGISTRY when the registration is completed. All non-technical queries regarding the domain name shall be directed to him/her.

Once a domain name is successfully registered, the Administrative Contact is allowed to do the following tasks:

  • Appoint a new Administrative Contact
  • Appoint a new Technical Contact
  • Appoint a new Invoicing Party
  • Change password
  • Modify the Administrative Contact record
  • Modify the Registrant name
  • Modify the Registrant record
  • Delete the domain name
  • Transfer the domain name
  • Handle payments
 

Billing Contact

All billing and payment matters shall be the responsibility of the Billing Contact. All invoices will be posted to the Billing Contact's address. Failure to pay for the domain name registration fee and renewal fee may result in deregistration of the domain name.

 

Technical Contact

This is the person who maintains the domain name's primary name server, secondary name server, resolver software and the domain name database files. This person keeps the name server running.

He/she also answers all queries regarding technical matters, and interacts with technical people in other domains to solve problems affecting the domain name.

Note: The Technical Contact will be Exabytes if you purchased hosting from us.

Only the contact person listed in your Registration form will receive e-mail notification from .my DOMAIN REGISTRY when the registration is completed.

Once a domain name is successfully registered, the Technical Contact is allowed to modify certain records as follows:

  • Add a secondary name server
  • Change password
  • Modify the primary name server record
  • Modify the secondary name server record
  • Modify the Technical Contact record
NOTE: You do agree with MYNIC Policy & Procedure HERE.

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