Full WHOIS Management in Cloud Web Hosting
When you acquire a cloud web hosting from our company, you are going to be able to control all domain addresses registered with us through our Hepsia Control Panel. Its advanced Domain Manager tool will allow you to check or change the WHOIS details of your domain names with a few clicks and even control a number of domain addresses simultaneously, which will save you time and efforts if you want to update the email address or the number associated with all of your domains, for example. Given that some country-code extensions have special requirements, we can help you with an update 24/7 - for example, for a few TLDs editing the Registrant names cannot be carried out automatically, so we can walk you through the process. We've done our absolute best to make sure that Hepsia provides you with comprehensive and easy management over the WHOIS details of your domains.
Full WHOIS Management in Semi-dedicated Servers
If you register or transfer a domain address to our company and you've got a semi-dedicated server package, you will be able to see and change the domain address WHOIS details effortlessly through the same Hepsia CP where you will manage the hosting space. It will take literally only a mouse click to view what details a domain name is currently registered with. With a couple of more you may modify any part of the WHOIS information and if you'd like to do a mass update, you can simply select several Internet domains since Hepsia enables you to manage domains in bulk. You will not have to go through your domain names 1 by 1 if you'd like to modify the email address for all of them, as an illustration. If you own a domain name which supports WHOIS updates, though not automatic ones, you'll be able to contact us and we can take you step-by-step through the process and aid you till the change takes effect. This is needed for some country-code extensions only, as the generic ones don't have any restrictions regarding WHOIS updates and you may change everything and at any moment using your CP.