Maintenance Alerts


Below is a list of currently known maintenance and outage notices. Please bookmark this page and check here first in the event of a service outage.

Registry Maintenance Schedule

Domain Extension (TLD)Status
ae.orgae.org, ar.com, br.com, cn.com, de.com, eu.com, gb.com, gb.net, hu.com, jpn.com, kr.com, no.com, qc.com, ru.com, sa.com, se.com, se.net, uk.com, uk.net, uy.com, za.com
September 6, 2015 (Sunday) 4:00 AM - 6:00 AM Pacific (11:00 - 13:00 UTC)

During this scheduled maintenance, the following services will be experience intermittent disruptions of, up to, 30 minutes:

Availability Checks,
Domain Purchases,
Domain Renewals,
Domain Updates,
WHOIS

DNS will continue to resolve, but changes will be intermittently unavailable.
Domain Extension (TLD)Status
euSeptember 15, 2015 (Tuesday) 4:00 PM - 12:00 AM Pacific (23:00 - 07:00 UTC)

During this scheduled system maintenance, the following services will be unavailable:

Availability Checks,
Domain Purchases,
Domain Renewals,
Domain Updates,

DNS will continue to resolve, but changes will be unavailable at a time.
Domain Extension (TLD)Status
com.com and .net
September 26, 2015 (Saturday) 6:00 PM - 06:45 PM Pacific (September 27 at 01:00 - 01:45 UTC)

During this scheduled system update, the following services will be unavailable:

Availability Checks,
Domain Purchases,
Domain Renewals,
Domain Updates,

DNS will continue to resolve, but changes will be unavailable at a time.
Domain Extension (TLD)Status
com.COM and .NET
October 24, 2015 (Saturday) 5:00 PM - 09:00 PM Pacific (October 25 00:00 - 04:00 UTC)

During this scheduled maintenance, the following services will be unavailable:

Availability Checks,
Domain Purchases,
Domain Renewals,
Domain Updates,

DNS will continue to resolve, but changes will be unavailable at a time.
Domain Extension (TLD)Status
caMarch 6, 2014 (Thursday)

Starting March 6th, 2014, as part of CIRA’s .CA Registrant Data Collection program, certain Registrant Contact fields will be made mandatory for both Contact Create and Contact Update operations.

This will impact API users when they preconfigure or change the WHOIS information for a .CA domain name.

The following is a list of the existing fields that are currently optional in our system that will be required beginning March 6th, 2014:

RegistrantPhone (Required)
RegistrantStateProvince (Required if Canada or the United States is specified for Country, otherwise optional)
RegistrantCountry (Required)
RegistrantPostalCode (Required if Canada or the United States is specified for Country, otherwise optional)

Please review and ensure the above fields are submitted for all .CA domain registrations and contact modifications submitted via our API. Failure to supply these required fields will result in domain registration and contact updates failing for .CA domains on March 6th and onwards.
Domain Extension (TLD)Status
cnEffective June 6, 2010 (Sunday)
CNNIC, the registry that manages .CN registrations has made a temporary policy decision to stop all new .CN registrations effective Jan 06, 2010. Renewals will continue to work as expected. Meanwhile all attempts to register new .CN domains will fail or be returned as unavailable on the registration page. No date has been set for when the new registrations will be re-opened. That is all the information we have at this time, but we are working directly with the registry to get this resolved as soon as possible.

Product Maintenance Schedule

ProductStatus
emailWe will be migrating email providers this week.

Our goal is to make these changes completely transparent to our customers, with this in mind we will execute all changes between 7PM PST and end 5AM PST. You will continue to access and use your mailbox normally, but may not have access to all the data as it is being migrated (depending on your Internet Service Provider the DNS changes might take up to 48 hours to take effect). In order to avoid any conflicts, we recommend not changing your passwords or any account settings during the migration process.

You should not have to change any settings on your current email client. You should continue to access your email via http://webmail.yourdomain.com or our email client.