eNom Technology Partner - The New .ORG Registry

eNom Technology Partner - The New .ORG Registry

On January 27, 2003 the registry for .ORG domain names changed to the Public

Interest Registry (PIR).

That means the authority for .ORG domains is no longer the same as .COM and


The change was made with little fanfare and almost no disruption in service.

However, there are some issues that still need to be ironed out.

Current Issue:

PIR provides no automated way to add or delete .ORG name servers that are

delegated to .COM or .NET domain names.

PIR promises to provide an automated solution by March 15.


eNom Customer Service will perform .ORG name server adds or deletes manually

upon client request by using our Support Center, phone or email.

The eNom Support Center will provide the fastest service turnaround.


This issue only affects you if you have an .ORG name server that will be used to host a .COM or .NET domain name.

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