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Tucows acquires wholesale domain registrar Ascio Technologies

Earlier this morning, our parent company, Tucows Inc. released some exciting news: we’ve officially acquired Ascio Technologies, another wholesale domain registrar that, like Enom, is dedicated to supporting a growing reseller network. Enom and our sister brands, OpenSRS and EPAG, are thrilled to welcome Ascio to the Tucows family. The venture further solidifies Tucows’ position […]

What Brexit means for .EU domain owners in the UK

Last updated: July 2, 2020 On February 1, 2020, the United Kingdom officially withdrew from the European Union, with a transition period that will extend until December 31, 2020. One of the consequences of Brexit is that many UK-based, .EU domain owners will no longer meet the .EU eligibility requirements. Recently, EURid, the .EU registry, […]

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Email API Update: new email password requirement in effect November 23, 2018

We’re strengthening our webmail password requirements to give our resellers and email users greater protection and peace of mind. If you’re a webmail user, or a reseller who manages your email service through your Enom account, this change does not require you to take any action. A new “Contains check” requirement will simply be applied during […]

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Enom’s Tiered Access directory (gated Whois)

Over the past few months, we’ve talked quite a bit about the concept of our Tiered Access registration directory, also referred to by its informal title, “gated Whois”. This has sparked many questions from our reseller partners and other interested parties who are curious about how the system works, who may have access, and what […]

What you should know about ICANN’s may 25th legal action

Update: The German Court has since denied ICANN’s preliminary injunction. If you’re interested in reading the Court Order you can find it, as well as any related documents, here. If you’re one of our reseller partners or someone who follows the domain industry closely, you’re likely aware that on Friday, May 25th, ICANN filed a legal action1 […]